InDrive Survey Unveils Pakistan Travel Trends

    inDrive, a leading travel platform, has unveiled an intriguing glimpse into the travel preferences of citizens of Pakistan through its recent intercity survey.

    As temperatures drop and the festive season approaches, the findings offer valuable insights for those planning cross-city escapades.

    Spontaneity Takes the Lead: With a zest for adventure, the survey reveals that 70% of Pakistanis prefer spontaneity when planning their intercity journeys, opting to organize their trips a few days before or even on the same day. This impulsive approach adds an exhilarating touch to the travel experience, fostering an environment ripe for exploration.

    Vibrant Tapestry of Intercity Travel: Intercity travel in Pakistan paints a vibrant tapestry, with 81% engaging in such trips once or multiple times per half year. An impressive 18% of respondents identify as avid travelers, jetting off 2-4 times per month. Work or business commitments (57%) top the list of reasons for these journeys, closely followed by family bonds and visits (52%).

    Planning Pays Off: For those mapping out their holiday routes, the survey suggests that a little planning can go a long way. While 70% embrace spontaneity, an early game plan ensures access to the most comfortable options at reasonable prices. Buses (59%), personal cars (35%), and rented cars (37%) emerge as the preferred modes of transportation, offering a blend of convenience and personal style.

    Safety First, Price Second: When it comes to choosing modes of travel, safety takes precedence at 63%, closely followed by a reasonable price (55%) and comfort (45%). Buses shine as economical options, while individual ride-hailing services become the preferred choice when speed is of the essence. Personal cars, on the other hand, cater to those valuing privacy during their journeys.

    inDrive.City to City – Redefining Long-Distance Travel: Amidst these travel trends, inDrive.City to City stands out as a pioneer in offering comfort and safety for long-distance journeys. The ‘set your own price’ model empowers passengers to propose a fare, fostering negotiation with drivers prioritizing safety and fair pricing. This unique platform caters to spontaneous trips, liberating users from rigid timetables and providing an ideal solution for those seeking a dash of adventure.

    Ruslan Khasanov, Business Development Manager South Asia at inDrive.City to City, emphasizes, “As Pakistanis gear up for the winter holidays, it’s crucial that the journey is as memorable as the destination. We prioritize the safety and comfort of our passengers, coupled with a fair pricing model. Let nothing dampen the spirit of family reunions and celebrations during this festive period.”

    Embrace Spontaneity, Prioritize Safety: This winter, inDrive.City to City invites Pakistanis to redefine their travel experience, creating memories that rival the destination itself. The message is clear: embrace spontaneity, prioritize safety, and set your own course on the road to adventure. Travelers can trust inDrive to make their winter getaways memorable and worry-free.

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