Some Other Pricing Models
Charging hourly rates for drivers is a common pricing model. The hourly rate can vary based on the time of day, the day of the week, and the type of vehicle required.
This pricing model can be used for specific services like airport pick-ups or for a specified timeframe. For example, a flat rate can be charged for a 12-hour driver service for events.
Per-kilometer rates can be a good pricing model for longer distances. The rate can fluctuate depending on the vehicle type and the time of day.
A subscription-based model can be offered to individuals or companies that require regular driver services. This model can provide discounts and priority access to the company's drivers.
Additional services can be offered with driver services like car wash, fueling, and roadside assistance. Offering bundled services can help with pricing while making it more convenient for the customer.