FAQ's

1. What is carpooling?

Carpooling uses private vehicles for shared travel. Costs, meeting points and other details are discussed and agreed on. Carpoolers then, meet and carry out their shared trip(s) as planned.

2. What is GoQuicko?

GoQuicko is here to make carpooling easy, cool and accessible. It helps you share your commute with friends, colleagues or neighbours. You can share a ride whenever, wherever and with whoever you wish to. Share a ride as a passenger or a driver, and to save yourself, the embarrassment of exchanging cash, GoQuicko handles per ride payments on your behalf. GoQuicko allows you to share journeys within the tricity with great people. GoQuicko community is safe and secure, and you choose your co-travellers so you know they will be people just like you.

3. How does GoQuicko work?

Car owners who are planning a car journey offer their ride online, specifying itinerary and price. Co-travellers interested in this journey contact the driver via the GoQuicko message system or by phone. They then travel together and pay the ride providers the previously agreed upon fare via the GoQuicko app.

4. How is GoQuicko different than other carpooling services?

Car owners who are planning a car journey offer their ride online, specifying itinerary and price. Co-travellers interested in this journey contact the driver via the GoQuicko message system or by phone. They then travel together and pay the ride providers the previously agreed upon fare via the GoQuicko app.

5. Bus rides are cheap. Why should one use GoQuicko instead of travelling by bus?

Surprising as it may sound, rides using our app are cheaper or almost equal to the bus fares. In addition to the cost benefit, our rides are comfortable and less time consuming compared to that of bus rides.

6. How does a user benefit from GoQuicko?

GoQuicko is a platform that lets corporate employees travelling on the same route share rides, share commuting costs, reduce traffic and pollution, all at the same time. Rider shares your petrol cost and network with corporate employees and in return, he/she gets to share the empty seats in the provider's vehicle, avoids traffic at a cost cheaper than a bus, yet more comfortable.