‘DRIVEN’ announces plans for pan-India presence

Hyderabad, April 20 (IANS) DRIVEN, India’s first integrated self mobility service provider catering to the self drive and ride rental space, plans to expand its operations to 14 cities over next three years.

It has drawn up plans to open 14 cafe and 24 self-drive, self-ride mobility experience locations in these cities.

The Hyderabad-based startup on Wednesday launched DRIVEN Cafe, their unique coffee with cars and bikes experiential initiative in the IT corridor of Gachibowli.

Promoters Karrar Taher and Ashwin Jain told reporters their fleet is delicately balanced to appeal to the entrepreneurs, business, casual, recreational and a sports vehicle enthusiast.

They plan to set up at least one DRIVEN CAFE in every major city and more in large metros and smaller format cafes in smaller cities and neighbourhoods.



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