Indonesia Expat
Featured News

Go-Jek Launches Two New Features: Share Trip and Emergency Hotline


Ride-hailing service Go-Jek has recently launched two new services to increase safety for its passengers. The new features are Share Trip and Emergency Hotline. “The Go-Jek app has recently been equipped with Share Trip and Emergency Hotline features,” said Chief of Public Policy and Government Relations for Go-Jek Indonesia, Shinto Nugroho. Shinto further elaborated that Share Trip allows users to share information about their pick-up and drop off location, trip status, estimated journey time, route taken, and driver’s identity with another person.

One can simply click on the Share Trip feature in the application and this will automatically share details of the trip with any chosen contact via instant message. Go-Jek also aims to anticipate and prevent emergency situations during trips such as accidents. Also, the Emergency Hotline feature enables drivers to report incidents swiftly and seek immediate medical assistance by calling an ambulance.

Go-Jek, along with two Indonesian NGOs – Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) and the Palang Merah (Red Cross Indonesia) – has managed to provide certified first aid training in more than 200 communities across 5 cities in Indonesia.

Source: Detik
Image: Daily social

See: Government to Fix Rates for Go-Jek and Grab

Related posts

Facing Desperate Waste Problems, Indonesia Hustles to Find Answers

Pramod Kanakath

Credit Cards to be Removed from Obligatory Tax Report for Expats

Indonesia Expat

Tourists Die After Fast Boat Explodes in Bali

Leighton Cosseboom

Singapore and Indonesia to Launch Green Lane for Essential Travel

Indonesia Expat

G20 Summit Bali: Odd-Even Traffic Restrictions Between 11-17th November 2022

Indonesia Expat

Singapore Relaxes Countries Categories and COVID-19 Test Requirements

Indonesia Expat