Myle Technologies is launching its ride-hailing service in New York City’s five boroughs. Built for New Yorkers by a New Yorker, Myle is designed to give the city a better alternative without surge pricing or hidden fees.
With on-demand or pre-scheduled rides, Myle makes it easy to get picked up anywhere in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Staten Island. The service also plans to expand to counties on long island in its first year. Myle’s fleet offers Regular (four seats), SUV (six seats), Shared, Premium, Premium SUV, and Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle options.
Myle doesn’t believe in taking advantage of busy commuters with hidden fees or surge pricing. Consumers pay the price they see in the app, which takes into account only the distance to be traveled and estimated time. Unlike Uber and Lyft, there is no multiplier for busy conditions. There are also no cancellation fees until the driver is at the pick-up location and no lost item fees for when riders leave belongings in the car.