The costs for passengers are simple.
Fees reflect the cost of public transport in the Montreal area (including North-shore and South-shore).
For other regions, there are several variables that our algorithms use to define the cost. These are:
- The distance traveled together: The traveled distance fee takes into account the fees related to the vehicle
- The type of driver (carpooling driver or taxi driver)
- The type of vehicle and all admissible costs: gas, insurance, amortization, registration, maintenance, etc.
Since the cost by kilometer varies between different vehicles, Netlift harmonize those differences into a single average, in order to offer the same costs for everyone.
When it comes to carpooling, Netlift complies with local laws in effect in Québec. The latter states that the amount exchanged between the passenger and driver should only reimburse part of the fees incurred by the ride.