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rubiRides offers another way for minors to get around
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (WDVM) — First there were taxis, then Uber and Lyft came and revolutionized ridesharing as we know it. Now, there’s another company on the scene called rubiRides, which is a safe, trusted rideshare for minors.
Kid-friendly rideshare service rubiRides just made its DC debut
Founder and CEO Noreen Butler developed rubiRides to offer a safe rideshare service that she could use for her own children as a single mom. The Bethesda-based company, which is also available for folks with disabilities and seniors, just made its official launch this month.
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