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EasyCabs IRCTC partnership allows you to book cabs along with train ticket

Carzonrent owned adio cab service, EasyCabs has signed an agreement with Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), India’s largest travel and ticketing site.

Apart from EasyCabs, Mega Cabs and Meru Cabs are also partners of IRCTC.

Through EasyCabs IRCTC agreement, customers can now book their taxi on the IRCTC website in much the same way as they would book a train ticket. The radio cab service is offered to commuters at Government approved rates of INR 23 per km while between 11.00pm and 6.00am, rates will be at INR 28.50 per km.

Following launch of EasyCabs on IRCTC website, there will be certain stringent rules and regulations that will need to be complied with. All EasyCabs will need to have GPS tracking devices while drivers will be put through intense training while police verification will be conducted on their antecedents.

EasyCabs on IRCTC website will benefit travellers arriving in the city by train and will be assured of transport services in a timely and hassle proof manner where billing is also clearly outlined and travel is safe and reliable.

Carzonrent India Pvt. Ltd has a total of 10,000 cars in its fleet extending from Maruti Suzuki DZire to Mercedes Benz C Class. The company was launched in the year 2000 and has emerged as a safe and reliable means of travel spanning 65 cities, 10 airports, all leading railway stations, hotels and malls.

A few days back, Carzonrent Myles self-drive service was launched for customers across 10 airports in India.

Over the next few years and with increasing popularity, the company plans on extending its fleet to 30,000 cars. The company boasts of 30,000,000 customers to date while 7,000 drivers undertake 20,000 trips and 1,00,000 kms on a daily basis. Besides operations in India, Carzonrent has also tied up with 170 countries across the globe to offer cab services to Indian travelers.

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