The concept of hailing cabs online through app aggregators such as Uber and Ola has proved extremely useful. We can now get a ride to any destination in a matter of minutes. This is especially beneficial during the hot summer months when the heat outside is scorching and there is no respite in sight. Recently, an Uber driver decided to provide his customers additional relief from the soaring temperatures. He modified his car and stocked juice bottles, biscuits and WiFi access as bonus features in his cab. Take a look:
Using Uber today @ an interesting driver Abdul Qadeer, 48. He has first aid kit, many other essentials for riders for free as well as donation box for poor children, says hardly canceled any ride in 7 years. Impressed with him pic.twitter.com/EfBphXIHT1— Shyamlal Yadav (@RTIExpress) June 26, 2023
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The tweet was shared by user Shyamlal Yadav. Since the time it was posted, it has received over 55.6k views and the numbers are only increasing. "Using Uber today @ an interesting driver Abdul Qadeer, 48. He has a first aid kit and many other essentials for riders for free, as well as a donation box for poor children, says hardly cancelled any ride in 7 years. Impressed with him," wrote the user in his tweet.
In the click, we could see the rear seat of the Uber run by a man called Abdul Qadeer. He had attached several trays and compartments behind the seating area to stock multiple utilities for his passengers. There were bottles of water, cold drinks, mango juice, biscuits, namkeen, digestive candy and chewing gum. Apart from the food, Qadeer had also stocked up perfume, a first aid kit, hand sanitiser, medicines, newspapers, magazines earbuds, tissue paper and an umbrella. All these facilities can be availed free of cost along with free WiFi access too. There was also a diary asking for feedback from the passengers.
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"We respect people of every religion. We can identify any religion on the basis of clothes. Humble appeal: We should be polite to each other. We need to be inspired by what works well for society," read the notice in the Delhi-based Uber driver's vehicle.
A number of internet users shared reactions to the post. "This happens when you love your profession," said one user. "Luckily, I also got a chance to sit in his cab in Delhi. It was a very moving experience," commented another.
What did you think of the cab and its multiple provisions for passengers? Tell us in the comments.
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