Motorcycle App Service Comes to Brazil and Offers Rides up to Thirty Percent Cheaper

In addition to more significant savings, the "Uber"-like app pledges to reduce travel time in large cities by up to 50 percent.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Colombian startup Picap, which allows you to request motorcycle ride service haling, has just arrived in Brazil.

To compete with companies like Uber and 99, it has advertised up to 30 percent cheaper rides, as well as a clear advantage: dodging traffic in big cities and promising to reduce travel time by up to 50 percent, said the company to news magazine Exame.

In three weeks, the app . . .

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