Let’s say you’re in an unfamiliar city or parked for the night at a truck stop but still want or need to get someplace else; you want to visit family in the area or a friend or just want to go to a restaurant.
And, let’s say you’re not crazy about using one of the national ride-sharing apps that have been the subject of some unflattering news coverage of late.
Instead of calling a cab or being left stranded, now you an call for a ride and be sure to get a woman driver.
See Jane Go is a ride-hailing app with all female drivers. But, more than just giving rides, See Jane Go’s founder Kimberly Toonen says she also hopes the company can provide employment opportunities for women,