MuvMi, Bangkok’s electric tuktuk operator, will nearly triple the number of Bangkok’s electric tuk tuks this year, from 350 to 1,000.
Krisada Kritayakirana, CEO of Urban Mobility Tech, said Friday that demand for rides in Bangkok’s electric tuktuks is growing.
“Our initial goal is to provide environmentally friendly vehicles for city dwellers who struggle to find public transportation after departing Skytrain, subway, and bus stations
“The majority of our MuvMi customers are working people and university students who take a tuk tuk to and from their homes to shopping malls, offices, restaurants, and universities.”
Customers can book an electric tuk tuk through the MuvMi app for 10 baht (US$0.30) minimum, with distance charges.
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