Cab-hailing service provider Ola has its services in Liverpool, United Kingdom after making an entry into the UK in 2018.
It launched its services in Cardiff last year and currently operates in Bristol, Bath & Exeter. Its launch in Liverpool makes it the fifth city it is entering.
When Ola launched, local taxi drivers said there were concerns over licensing and safety, but the company seems to have come to stay as they continue to foray into other cities in the Northern part of England.
The firm was founded in 2011 and Ola’s UK boss Ben Legg says his company will pay drivers more money than Uber and is “focussed” on passenger safety. Ola previously operated in two countries after adding Australia to its Indian operation earlier this year and the UK will be it’s third.