Carmel - Car, Taxi & Limo

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With more features than any other transportation app in the world and without breaking any law, book a car, taxi, or limo in 3 easy taps. When your travel is too important to leave to chance, choose the Carmel Global Travel Solution. Book a car On-Demand, your car is around the corner. Reserve a car for later like no other app on the market. Quick access airport buttons displaying the three airports closest to you. As the Airport Specialist - access best priced airport travel all over the world. Receive a binding quotation prior to your ride taking place. Comes with $6 X $6 Free Car Cash to use immediately. Earn Airline Miles for each ride. Easily post your trip to your smart phone calendar. Watch your car as it approaches. Receive information about the driver, the vehicle, and the regulatory body it is licensed by in each city we service. Use your credit card or your business account with Carmel to pay for your ride. Select "Auto-Charge" and we will never ask you for your credit card information again. Select if and how much you want to tip the driver. Want to pay for the ride now and tip only after service was rendered - no problem. Automatically store your favorite addresses for easy future bookings. Automatically store your favorite trips for even easier future bookings. View a comprehensive list of your past rides as well as your future reservations. Provide an In Case of Emergency (ICE) number and be informed of all apps activity by your loved one. Ask and receive a special discount in any city we service even if we are not currently promoting it. Share the word about Carmel and earn money. Watch tutorial videos on how to use the app - divided according to topics for easy watchingThe Carmel App gives you access to the best fleet of affiliated vehicles anywhere in the world at unbeatable prices. Need a ride? Just Carmel it. We'll be there for you. The Carmel App - Don't leave home without it.
License Free
File Size 2.97 MB
Version 1.10
Operating System Android
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