February 12, 2021 – CBC PEI: There’s a new option available for some people on Prince Edward Island looking for a drive. Kari is like Uber or Lyft — rides are booked and paid for using an online app designed on P.E.I., and users can’t hail a Kari ride from the street.
The service is now serving Charlottetown, Montague and North Rustico.
“One of the biggest reasons that we wanted to start this company was to sort of address some of the impaired driving issues that are not only frequent in town, unfortunately, but also all over the Island,” said co-owner Len Currie.
“Hopefully we can get some of the impaired drivers off the road, give them an option in these rural areas.”
Read the full CBC PEI story by Sara Fraser (with files from Travis Kingdon) here