Self-Drive Voler Releases Android App

Voler's new Android mobile app. Photo courtesy of Voler.
Voler's new Android mobile app. Photo courtesy of Voler.

Voler, an India-based self-drive rental company, has released a mobile application for the Android platform.

The app features a delivery option, where users can now get the car delivered and collected back from their home, office, or any location of their choice, according to the company.

Through this new feature, users can choose their pick-up and drop-off locations with day and time, select the car of their choice, and confirm the booking.

"The aim behind the launch of this application was to disrupt the burgeoning self-drive car rental industry by making it an on-demand, affordable, and convenient option to use,” said Vikas Parasrampuria, CEO of Voler. “This app reinforces our commitment to provide customers convenience and accessibility at any time anywhere."

The Voler app is available at the Google App store.

"With the increase in mobile penetration, technology today is the key enabler,” said Brahma Chauhan, chief technology officer of Voler. “With the increased smart phone penetration, we are confident that the app will add value to our customers and help build enduring relationships. The aim here is to not merely target self-drive space but try and bring a lifestyle change in the minds of the consumer."

Voler’s on-demand self-drive rental company currently serves customers in Delhi, Gurgaon, and Noida. The company plans to launch its services in Mumbai and Bangalore soon.

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