A user of the car-hailing app Careem didn’t fail to thank the company for giving everyone the chance to work and provide for their families.
Memi Khider tweeted about her lovely experience with a hearing-impaired Careem Captain, even adding that communication was simplified through use of a blackboard that had been provided or text.
(Image Credits: Twitter @TalaKheder and IG @careemksa)
There are no limitations for those with disabilities
It’s pretty great to see a company step up and really be inclusive with whom they hire.
من الحاجات الحلوة إليّ صادفتني اليوم
كابتن كريم ما كان يقدر يسمع مرة كويس
وكانت دي اللوحة معلقة، so ما في حاجة تمنعنا نشتغل، واستخدمت السبورة وطلبت شاحن.
Taken by @TalaKheder
شكرًا لتعاونكم @CareemKSA pic.twitter.com/9KbLDmuvHM
— مايا خضر (@memi_khider) January 4, 2019
Naturally, Twitter Peeps absolutely gushed over this
‘There are no challenges that could try to prevent us from trying and working.’
مافي تحديات ممكن تمنعنا انو نحاول ونشتغل ????????
— ﮼تالا | Tala (@TalaKheder) January 4, 2019
‘Careem is doing a good job!’
كرييم رهييييبين ????????????
— Ahmad Jamel???? (@Medov_99) January 4, 2019
Careem is humorous in how they ask passengers to behave too
In recent weeks, Careem KSA has released a couple of videos trying to tell passengers what is and isn’t allowed to do inside a car.
You’d think a video pointing out the obvious ways of etiquette would annoy you but the brand managed to do it tastefully- and it’s super funny too.
Rule #1: No smoking inside a Careem car
Rule #2 Don’t make your Careem car wait too long
…and having attitude too, for that matter. Or book in your driver at a time that’s most convenient for you, a time when you’ve already completed everything.
Rule #3 ALWAYS bring cash
Especially if your card isn’t registered on the app