Chrysler Kango ridesharing for kids


 Chrysler Kango ridesharing for kids

Chrysler Kango ridesharing for kids

A substantial issue that parents face with school-going children is driving them to school. Working parents especially find it challenging to cart their toddlers back and forth. For years, parents have prayed for a solution. If you are one of those who wished there was an alternate solution, you are in luck!

Kango is an app-based service that provides rides and childcare for children. The ridesharing company has now partnered with Chrysler to provide impeccable kid-friendly drops and pickups. Kango’s partnership with Chrysler that provides ridesharing for children has made it possible to ensure your loved ones enjoy safety, comfort, and security on their way to school and back.

About Chrysler’s new Pacifica Hybrid Minivan
The minivan is EPA-rated to get 32 mpg in a combination of city and highway driving as a hybrid, and 33 miles of electric range only – the best mileage any minivan can provide. The new Pacifica Hybrid minivan is also a green vehicle that saves money on gas. A bonus – the minivan sports many kid-friendly features that make it a loved vehicle by children too.

About Kango
Kango is a best-in-class ridesharing service for children. The app enables parents and schools to book safe rides and childcare for preschoolers to high schoolers. With a carpooling community of 30,000 registered parents and over 12,000 schools and neighborhood groups across the United States, Kango has been named “Best Uber for Kids” by the San Francisco Magazine for 2017 and 2018. Kango’s drivers are background-checked, fingerprinted, DMV record-checked, and screened in person. Kango is a subscription and transaction fee-based model. Parents pay and get access to pre-screened Kango drivers and sitters. Also, they pay for every completed ride and sitter session.

Kango is the only Transportation Network Company (TNC carrier) that is insured to transport children under five years of age. It is also the only children’s transportation career that has a free carpool feature and is promoted by camps and schools. The company provides same-day rides as well as prescheduled bookings. As of now, the Chrysler-Kango partnership for ridesharing for kids is available in California. Kango operates in six counties in the San Francisco Bay Area but has plans of exp


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