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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

About SKOOT
  • How does SKOOT work?

    SKOOT is a new ride-sharing app that connects friends needing lifts or help with an Errand, to friends that are driving. It cleverly maps the best travel route, enables auto collection of payment for petrol and running costs and then carbon offsets the whole journey.

  • Who are the Founders of SKOOT?

    SKOOT came about after Greg Gormley’s daughter didn’t come home one night.

    Upon asking where she was it followed a conversation with his daughter about the fact that she was offering rides on Snap (which interestingly meant she was driving without insurance and potentially driving illegally), so Greg spent some time looking into it and the idea of SKOOT was formed.

    He then approached Mark Stringer (aka Strings) who had a lot of experience creating brands and the pair embarked on a journey together since August 2019 testing and learning.

  • Where can I download SKOOT

    SKOOT is now live on AppStore and Google PlayStore.

     

  • Is the App both for Android and Apple?

    Yes SKOOT is both on the AppStore for iOS and Apple phones and on Google PlayStore for all Android phones.

  • Is SKOOT safe with Covid?

    Yes, but friends should only really be doing essential travel and travelling with members of their household.

    We know that lots of Frontline and NHS workers currently are looking for alternatives to public transport and need to travel, so SKOOT offers a great alternative.

Launch Plans & Covid
  • Do I have to pay for the App?

    The App is totally free to download and we don’t have any hidden costs or charges. 

  • Can I Ride Share and do social distancing?

    If you have to drive, you may as well make it carbon-negative and as safe as possible. Useful government guidelines on how to practice social distancing whilst lift-sharing:

    • 1 passenger and 1 driver only in each vehicle
    • Keep good ventilation, like having the windows down
    • Passenger seated in the back of the car
    • Face masks to be worn by driver and passenger
    • Car to be wiped down before the passenger enters and after they leave

    Remember: Friends should only really be doing essential travel and travelling with members of their household.

  • Where can I download SKOOT

    SKOOT is now live on AppStore and Google PlayStore.

     

  • What are the Government Guidelines for Keyworkers and ridesharing?

    PHE and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

    ”If the journey is essential, such as travel to work, and there is no option but to share a car with people who are not part of the same household, journeys should be shared with the same individuals and with the minimum number of people at any one time.’

Safety
  • How does SKOOT ensure Drivers are legitimate?

    Driver and Rider safety is at the heart of SKOOT and one of the main positives of SKOOT. While SKOOT is all about friends that know each other, there are stringent processes in place for each Driver to register to drive, which are:

    • Drivers must input their registration plate
    • Drivers must scan in their driving licence
    • SKOOT checks validity of MOTs
    • SKOOT checks the car is taxed
    • Driver adds their mobile number
    • Driver adds their bank details

    The app does real-time instant checks with the DVLA for such confirmation. In the absence of such confirmation, Drivers are unable to undertake rides.

     

  • How does SKOOT guarantee Riders Safety?

    The concept of SKOOT ensures that you are only connecting and travelling with people who you are friends with and trust, so we reduce the risk of “Stranger Danger” around digital hitch-hiking and the issues that other ride-hailing apps have had around drivers not being who they say they are.

    You also have the ability to Accept or Decline the request, so if you are unsure of your safety – please do not feel like you have to do it.

  • How will I spot my driver?

    When your Driver is outside, you will receive a notification on your phone. Once on the SKOOT App, you will be able to see the Registration Plate and also where the driver is on the map.

     

     

  • Aren’t Drivers invalidating their insurance by being paid to take passengers?

    We often get people asking, “aren’t Drivers invalidating their insurance by being paid to take passengers?”. SKOOT actually ensures that drivers aren’t invalidating their insurance, as a SKOOT driver only receives 45p per mile (irrespective of how many paying passengers there are in the journey). 

    There is no profiteering therefore no changes to insurance eligibility as it doesn’t affect an individual’s Social Domestic and Pleasure car insurance policy.

     

  • Doesn’t being paid to give lifts mean SKOOT’s a Taxi?

    SKOOT is simply a marketplace connecting friends who need lifts with friends who are able to give them, taking the friction and awkwardness out of something that is already being done.

    As drivers on SKOOT can only recoup 45p per mile it means that it sits within HMRC guidelines, alongside ensuring that Drivers are not using SKOOT as a “business”, which would require a Taxi licence.

     

  • Doesn’t a new “Driving App” put more cars on the road?

    SKOOT’s ethos is to connect friends with friends who are already driving or to make it possible to share rides together. In linking up mates on journeys, it means less individual journeys occur to that destination. Hence reducing the number of cars on the road.

    SKOOT offsets the environmental impact of driving by planting 1 tree for every 3 rides to ensure your journeys are more than carbon negative. Car-pooling is only not widely accepted right now because it’s basically just digital hitch-hiking and can put your safety at risk as you travel with strangers. 

    You may say “why not just get public transport?”. SKOOT is here to combat the issue of public transport not meeting people’s needs (especially younger generations): trains are expensive, public transport is unreliable and routes are sparse. SKOOT therefore provides a cost-effective, carbon-negative and often cheaper alternative.

     

  • What if a Driver doesn’t have valid tax or licence?

    We constantly remind people to ensure that their details are up to date and valid. If these details expire and are no longer valid, we prevent Drivers from being able to post Shared Drives or pick up friends.

  • What happens if a Driver breaks down?

    Cars are obviously complex mechanical machines that sometimes break down and hence we strongly advise Drivers to ensure that your cars are mechanically sound and roadworthy before every drive.

    Ultimately it is the responsibility of Drivers to ensure their cars are in good working order, or to have road assistance to help them get home in the event of a breakdown.

    We are looking to work with a number of partners to offer cheap roadside assistance to Drivers, along with a preferred network of garages.

     

  • What happens if a Drivers car is damaged in an accident whilst using SKOOT?

    We are always disappointed when we hear of accidents as we know how expensive repairs and insurance can be, but ultimately it is the responsibility of Drivers and Riders to deal with any accidents.

    We will, however, assist where we can to help provide any information to authorities should we be asked, whilst also being mindful of our responsibility around privacy and GDPR.

     

  • What if my car is damaged by a Rider?

    We are always disappointed when we hear of any incidents where someone has acted irresponsibly towards one of their friends. In the event of both accidental damage (like spills, tears and scrapes) or purposeful damage, it is the responsibility of the Driver and Rider to sort between themselves. Where required, we will work with our users and any relevant authorities to assist where we can. If the incident is serious we advise people to escalate the situation to the relevant authorities, and if appropriate we will prevent people from being able to use SKOOT.

     

  • What do I do if I’ve lost property on a Ride?

    As SKOOT connects friends with friends, Riders and Drivers should already know each other and as such can arrange between themselves to return any lost property. Should a more serious incident arise, we will always look to help where we can.

     

  • If I breakdown can SKOOT help?

    Currently, we don’t have a link to the AA or RAC in the App  (we’re currently looking into it), and just like any trip where you’re taking friends somewhere, it’s going to be down to the Driver to ensure that the car is roadworthy and safe, alongside ensuring that they have breakdown cover to help when things go wrong.

     

  • Can I Ride Share and do social distancing?

    If you have to drive, you may as well make it carbon-negative and as safe as possible. Useful government guidelines on how to practice social distancing whilst lift-sharing:

    • 1 passenger and 1 driver only in each vehicle
    • Keep good ventilation, like having the windows down
    • Passenger seated in the back of the car
    • Face masks to be worn by driver and passenger
    • Car to be wiped down before the passenger enters and after they leave

    Remember: Friends should only really be doing essential travel and travelling with members of their household.

  • Is SKOOT safe with Covid?

    Yes, but friends should only really be doing essential travel and travelling with members of their household.

    We know that lots of Frontline and NHS workers currently are looking for alternatives to public transport and need to travel, so SKOOT offers a great alternative.

Shared Drive
  • How does a “Shared Drive” work?

    If you’re a Driver and are planning on going somewhere (to Uni, shops, gym etc), you let your mates know through the app and they can jump in with you. Everyone shares the cost equally on a Shared Drive so the Driver is repaid running costs of the journey. It’s a win-win! 

    To go on a Shared Drive, click on the icon, enter the start location, destination, date and time and add your mates onto the journey (they must also have SKOOT). They’ll receive a notification of the invite and will need to accept so you know who’s joining your Shared Drive. Drivers just need to start the journey but Riders need to be ready at the pickup point. When you reach your Shared Drive destination, the Driver confirms the trip is complete and the funds will automatically get transferred to the driver. 

     

  • How much does a “Shared Drive” cost?

    Riders are charged a maximum of 45p per mile. Our latest capability on Shared Drive allows you to use a slider to determine how much you want to charge. The minimum being 0 and the maximum is 45p per mile X Distance of the journey (+ SKOOT fee). We believe that it should be up to you to determine how much you charge per journey, which is why we introduced this new feature. The price is set upfront, so no surprises.

    Each Rider is charged 20p (including 5p SKOOT service charge per mile) plus each Rider pays a one-off 5p carbon offset charge per ride to ensure every ride is carbon negative. Remember, we plant trees with your carbon offsetting fee. Rider payment is taken at confirmation of accepting Shared Drive. Drivers receive up to 45p per mile.

     

  • What if no-one accepts my “Shared Drive”?

    You’ll be able to invite a number of friends on your Shared Drives at any one time. That might be your daily commute to work, Uni, the gym or a weekend trip to the beach. Once you confirm the trip, a notification will go out to the requested friends, where they can either accept or decline the trip.

    You, the Driver, can then see what responses you have received and start the trip accordingly. You’ll also be able to invite more friends before the planned time and day to fill as many seats as possible

    If your Shared Drive isn’t accepted the trip will automatically be cancelled 10 mins after the starting time.

     

Instant Ride
  • Instant Ride Has Been Temporarily Taken off the App
  • How does an “Instant Ride” work for a Rider?

    To become a Rider (passenger), download SKOOT from the App Store or Google Play and register your account. 

    To request a ride, enter the address of where you’re headed and confirm the location. 

    SKOOT then lists the friends closest to you along with SKOOT’s auto-calculated cost of the journey.

    YOU then decide which friend you want to give you a ride on SKOOT.

    Your friend gets a notification from SKOOT showing all of the journey details.

    If they can’t make it, they can decline your request and you can then choose your next friend!

    When your friend accepts, you’ll be notified that they are on their way.

    A  map shows you where your friend is including a countdown of how many minutes.

    When they arrive, you’ll be notified and when you get your location you just jump out of their car 🚙 and the journey cost is made via your payment card 💳 – automatically – no looking for cash or “I’ll pay you tomorrow”

     

  • Can I request for a smoking or non-smoking driver?

    No, and it’s better to just assume you can’t smoke in a car, due to it being a confined space, and therefore out of respect you shouldn’t be smoking.

    As you will be getting a lift from a friend, we leave it up to you to ask whether you can smoke in the car, make sure you always ask before lighting up a cigarette or inhaling your vape for health and safety insurances. 

     

  • Do I have to agree to give a lift if someone asks me?

    No, when a Rider requests a lift, we show them a list of their friends available to drive, and they can choose (maybe based on price, ETA, or preference).

    The Driver may not be able to agree to pick them up, due to any number of reasons and decide to decline the Ride.

     

  • What do I do if there are no Drivers available?

    There will obviously be instances where none of your friends are able to give you a lift.

    When this happens we’ll enable you to invite more friends to join SKOOT, as the more of your friends who are on SKOOT the more likely that one of them will be available to give you a lift.

     

Pricing
  • How much will I get if I drive?

    You’ll make 45p per mile for each mile driven. This includes the whole journey – so you get paid for the journey to pick up your friend, drive them to their requested destination and then the journey for you to get home.

    We call that A – B – C – A

    A = where you start

    B = where your friend needs picking up

    C = where your friend needs to be dropped off

    A = back to where you started

     

  • What about “Shared Drive” cancellations?

    Sometimes you may need to cancel a Ride and that may incur a charge.

    Two scenarios:-

    • 24 hours before it starts – no charge.
    • within 24 hours prior start – 60p charge

    The charge is there as insurance for the driver, who may have changed their plans to make sure they can drive you, so with this small charge, we hope it avoids last-minute cancellations. 

    There will, of course, be scenarios where you are unable to make it and if you feel the charge if unnecessary, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us at [email protected] and we can review the case.

     

     

  • What about “Instant Ride” cancellations?

    This is a little more complex

    If the Driver cancels within 5 mins mins of accepting:

    • no charge
    • Driver penalty fine x 3 times a month £5 fine 

     

    If Driver cancels after more than 2 mins after accepting:

    • 60p cancellation charge to Driver, No charge to Rider
    • Driver penalty fine x 3 times a month £5 fine

     

     If Rider cancels after Driver has accepted trip before they (the passenger) are in the car:

    • Flat rate 60p service charge inc VAT for SKOOT
    • Plus Drive receives mileage x 2 @45p per mile
    • £5 Rider penalty fine if this occurs 3 times in 1 month

     

    No Rider Pickup:

    • £5 Driver penalty fine if this occurs 3 times in 1 month
    • Plus £5 Free Ride put in Riders Wallet

     

    Never occurs after start time:

    • £5 Driver penalty fine if this occurs 3 times in 1 month
    • Monies re-credited, less 60p SKOOT Fee.

     

  • How much does an “Instant Ride” cost?

    Not as much as some apps we can’t mention – which are THREE times as expensive!

    SKOOT calculates the total length of their whole journey.

    This means you pay 57p per mile for your friend to drive to you, take you to where you want to go and then for them to get home!

    For trips under 5 miles, there is a minimum charge of £3.00 just to make sure no one is out of pocket!

     

  • How much does a “Shared Drive” cost?

    Riders are charged a maximum of 45p per mile. Our latest capability on Shared Drive allows you to use a slider to determine how much you want to charge. The minimum being 0 and the maximum is 45p per mile X Distance of the journey (+ SKOOT fee). We believe that it should be up to you to determine how much you charge per journey, which is why we introduced this new feature. The price is set upfront, so no surprises.

    Each Rider is charged 20p (including 5p SKOOT service charge per mile) plus each Rider pays a one-off 5p carbon offset charge per ride to ensure every ride is carbon negative. Remember, we plant trees with your carbon offsetting fee. Rider payment is taken at confirmation of accepting Shared Drive. Drivers receive up to 45p per mile.

     

  • How much money does SKOOT make from each ride?

    SKOOT charges 10p service charge to each mile a Rider travels to cover all of SKOOTS admin costs, plus VAT.

    Plus 5p per Rider to cover our Carbon Off-set initiative to be carbon Negative. Where for every 3 rides we plant a tree.

    So a Driver receives 45p per mile, and we charge the Rider 57p (inc VAT) per mile, plus 5p per trip for carbon off-set.

    When compared to a taxi or ride-hailing App, SKOOT works out between 30-80% cheaper.

    We have a total transparent charging policy, with no hidden charges, no surging prices, no waiting time, we believe in a total Win-Win policy for everyone.

  • Do I have to pay for the App?

    The App is totally free to download and we don’t have any hidden costs or charges. 

  • What if the Rider doesn’t have money to pay?

    All Rides are pre-authorised prior to taking place to help minimise the non-payment of rides. Should Riders have instances where funds aren’t available, we will continue to try and ensure that Drivers receive their money.

  • If my phone dies will I get paid?

    If your phone dies whilst driving, as long as you have pressed “on trip” then you’ll automatically be paid. The journey will be calculated as being the one you accepted on an Instant Ride, Shared Drive or Errand.

    We have programmed the App to “complete” the Trip 2 hours after it should have been completed and will charge the pre-arranged amounts.

     

Carbon Negative
  • Does a Driver pay a carbon offset charge?

    We took a decision that the Rider should contribute a small amount to cover the cost of the total journey.

    The cost is 5p per journey per person. This ensures that you are carbon negative when you Drive or Ride with SKOOT.

     

  • What does Carbon Negative mean?

    We’re a totally carbon-negative business which means we calculate how much carbon is output from every ride everyone does, plus all the carbon that every person working for SKOOT emits and we then plant trees to ensure offset more carbon than we emit, making us Carbon Negative.

    Simply put, for every 3 rides we plant a tree – making every SKOOT user become at least 110% carbon negative on their journey. 

     

  • Doesn’t a new “Driving App” put more cars on the road?

    SKOOT’s ethos is to connect friends with friends who are already driving or to make it possible to share rides together. In linking up mates on journeys, it means less individual journeys occur to that destination. Hence reducing the number of cars on the road.

    SKOOT offsets the environmental impact of driving by planting 1 tree for every 3 rides to ensure your journeys are more than carbon negative. Car-pooling is only not widely accepted right now because it’s basically just digital hitch-hiking and can put your safety at risk as you travel with strangers. 

    You may say “why not just get public transport?”. SKOOT is here to combat the issue of public transport not meeting people’s needs (especially younger generations): trains are expensive, public transport is unreliable and routes are sparse. SKOOT therefore provides a cost-effective, carbon-negative and often cheaper alternative.

     

Driving
  • Doesn’t being paid to give lifts mean SKOOT’s a Taxi?

    SKOOT is simply a marketplace connecting friends who need lifts with friends who are able to give them, taking the friction and awkwardness out of something that is already being done.

    As drivers on SKOOT can only recoup 45p per mile it means that it sits within HMRC guidelines, alongside ensuring that Drivers are not using SKOOT as a “business”, which would require a Taxi licence.

     

  • What if a Driver doesn’t have valid tax or licence?

    We constantly remind people to ensure that their details are up to date and valid. If these details expire and are no longer valid, we prevent Drivers from being able to post Shared Drives or pick up friends.

  • What happens if a Driver breaks down?

    Cars are obviously complex mechanical machines that sometimes break down and hence we strongly advise Drivers to ensure that your cars are mechanically sound and roadworthy before every drive.

    Ultimately it is the responsibility of Drivers to ensure their cars are in good working order, or to have road assistance to help them get home in the event of a breakdown.

    We are looking to work with a number of partners to offer cheap roadside assistance to Drivers, along with a preferred network of garages.

     

  • If my phone dies will I get paid?

    If your phone dies whilst driving, as long as you have pressed “on trip” then you’ll automatically be paid. The journey will be calculated as being the one you accepted on an Instant Ride, Shared Drive or Errand.

    We have programmed the App to “complete” the Trip 2 hours after it should have been completed and will charge the pre-arranged amounts.

     

  • If I breakdown can SKOOT help?

    Currently, we don’t have a link to the AA or RAC in the App  (we’re currently looking into it), and just like any trip where you’re taking friends somewhere, it’s going to be down to the Driver to ensure that the car is roadworthy and safe, alongside ensuring that they have breakdown cover to help when things go wrong.

     

  • Do I have to agree to give a lift if someone asks me?

    No, when a Rider requests a lift, we show them a list of their friends available to drive, and they can choose (maybe based on price, ETA, or preference).

    The Driver may not be able to agree to pick them up, due to any number of reasons and decide to decline the Ride.

     

Contacting SKOOT
  • How do I contact SKOOT?

    Should you need to get in contact with us, please email [email protected] and include the mobile number☎ you registered with, or fill out the form at Contact Us on skootride.com.

    As we don’t use Bot’s (that is to say we’re all human) we aim to try and respond within 24 hours (even at the weekend).

    Alternatively, pop over to our Facebook Help page where both the SKOOT Team and SKOOT community will try and answer any questions you may have.

    If unfortunately you need to discuss something more serious then please ensure that you contact the relevant authorities at the same time that you contact us.

     

  • How do I send SKOOT an email?
  • Can I call SKOOT?

    Unfortunately due to being a relatively small team, we don’t have someone dedicated to answering calls and queries. However, if our Q&A’s don’t answer your questions, please fill out the contact us form.

  • What If I Have a Dispute?

    As SKOOT is about friends there are rarely many disputes, but occasionally things don’t go to plan, and SKOOT has a dispute process to try and reach an amicable agreement.

    Dispute Resolution

    Please ensure before you escalate the matter that you have reviewed our extensive FAQ’s.

    Stage 1 – Talk 

    • We will obviously do what we can to help, but it’s important that you have spent time trying to resolve the dispute with your friend.
    • If you still can’t reach an agreement, we’ll send you both forms to fill out so that we can get hold of all the facts.

    Stage 2 – Review

    • We’ll review the details that both friends have submitted.
    • We’ll then let you know what we believe the solution needs to be.

    Stage 3 – Our Decision

    • We’ll make an informed decision based on the information you shared, alongside looking at the journey details that we have logged.
    • We’ll let you know what our decision is.
    • Obviously, if you still disagree then you have the right to seek a settlement via a more formal process (eg) courts or arbitration.

    Do: 

    • Remember there are always two sides.
    • Think through what you want the resolution to be.
    • Think about how you can resolve the issue yourself.

    Don’t:

    • Let personal feelings and emotions drive your dispute.
    • Ensure that you have evidence to support your claim.
    • Expect a favourable decision without evidence.
    • Contact SKOOT without trying to resolve the situation with the other person directly first.

     

Disputes
  • How do I raise a dispute?

    We would advise that you read through our dispute resolution stages on our FAQs before contacting us. If you still have an issue then don’t hesitate to email us at [email protected]

     

     

  • How do I contact SKOOT?

    Should you need to get in contact with us, please email [email protected] and include the mobile number☎ you registered with, or fill out the form at Contact Us on skootride.com.

    As we don’t use Bot’s (that is to say we’re all human) we aim to try and respond within 24 hours (even at the weekend).

    Alternatively, pop over to our Facebook Help page where both the SKOOT Team and SKOOT community will try and answer any questions you may have.

    If unfortunately you need to discuss something more serious then please ensure that you contact the relevant authorities at the same time that you contact us.

     

  • What happens if a Driver breaks down?

    Cars are obviously complex mechanical machines that sometimes break down and hence we strongly advise Drivers to ensure that your cars are mechanically sound and roadworthy before every drive.

    Ultimately it is the responsibility of Drivers to ensure their cars are in good working order, or to have road assistance to help them get home in the event of a breakdown.

    We are looking to work with a number of partners to offer cheap roadside assistance to Drivers, along with a preferred network of garages.

     

  • What if the Rider doesn’t have money to pay?

    All Rides are pre-authorised prior to taking place to help minimise the non-payment of rides. Should Riders have instances where funds aren’t available, we will continue to try and ensure that Drivers receive their money.

  • How do I send SKOOT an email?
  • Can I call SKOOT?

    Unfortunately due to being a relatively small team, we don’t have someone dedicated to answering calls and queries. However, if our Q&A’s don’t answer your questions, please fill out the contact us form.

  • What If I Have a Dispute?

    As SKOOT is about friends there are rarely many disputes, but occasionally things don’t go to plan, and SKOOT has a dispute process to try and reach an amicable agreement.

    Dispute Resolution

    Please ensure before you escalate the matter that you have reviewed our extensive FAQ’s.

    Stage 1 – Talk 

    • We will obviously do what we can to help, but it’s important that you have spent time trying to resolve the dispute with your friend.
    • If you still can’t reach an agreement, we’ll send you both forms to fill out so that we can get hold of all the facts.

    Stage 2 – Review

    • We’ll review the details that both friends have submitted.
    • We’ll then let you know what we believe the solution needs to be.

    Stage 3 – Our Decision

    • We’ll make an informed decision based on the information you shared, alongside looking at the journey details that we have logged.
    • We’ll let you know what our decision is.
    • Obviously, if you still disagree then you have the right to seek a settlement via a more formal process (eg) courts or arbitration.

    Do: 

    • Remember there are always two sides.
    • Think through what you want the resolution to be.
    • Think about how you can resolve the issue yourself.

    Don’t:

    • Let personal feelings and emotions drive your dispute.
    • Ensure that you have evidence to support your claim.
    • Expect a favourable decision without evidence.
    • Contact SKOOT without trying to resolve the situation with the other person directly first.

     

Errands
  • When does Errands go live?

    Errands is now live in the App and Play Stores.

  • Does Errands abide with Covid-19 regulations?

    SKOOT are extremely aware of the government requirements involved with Covid-19, and the Errands function runs parallel to these. The ethos of this function revolves around individuals who are unable to pick up or drive to do their day-to-day activities, whether this is down to health and safety restrictions or not being able to drive from A to B, they now have the ability to get one of their friends to do it all for them (at a small price).

    We strongly advise that all Errands Drivers follow and keep up to date with Covid-19 regulations to remain safe and healthy.

  • How much will Errands cost?

    This decision has been finalised – however, we are going to keep you on your toes until this function becomes live. All will be revealed soon.

  • Do I need a separate app for Errands?

    No, this function is available within the SKOOT app. The Errands function has its own icon, it is the yellow button at the bottom right of the page. 

    To create an Errand, simply click on the Errands icon and follow the on-screen instructions.

     

  • What is Errands?

    Errands connects friends that drive, with friends needing help, for example, helping pick up a prescription or click & collect lockdown food shop – all at the click of a button. You simply create an errand, share it with up to 10 friends and they follow the straight forward instructions until they reach your door.

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