Welcome Queenslanders

What you need to know!

By Georgina McEncroe Wed, May 31st, 2017

Welcome Queenslanders

November 2016, we met with the Hon Stirling Hinchliffe MP who granted us permission to operate in Queensland. And now here we are live all over Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.

If you haven’t joined our Facebook Booking Group – may I suggest joining today. This is where you can get in touch with a driver in advance, so she will be nearby when you are ready to hit Request Ride in our app.

Of course not every ride can be pre-booked – so always keep the app open to see the drivers online in your area and grab one nearby.

Shebah Fares

Our fares are divided between Peak and Off-peak pricing. No Surge.Ever.
Peak periods are: 6am – 9am and 4pm- 7pm Monday-Friday, &
Friday and Saturday 10pm – 6am. 

Off-peak fare cost (GST included):

Base rate: $3.30

Per minute: $0.44

Per km: $1.21

 

Peak fare cost (GST included):

Base rate: $3.63

Per minute: $0.48

Per km: $1.33

All times (with GST)

Child seat : $11.00

Cancellation fee: $8.80

Right now tolls are not included in your fare, they are covered by the driver. This will change in the future.

Drivers

We are honoured to be working with and for the women and girls of Queensland. As a Shebah driver, you’ll not only keep 85% of your fare, but you’ll also be giving women and girls a safe and comfortable transport alternative. Plus, you’ll be supporting charities – 1% of every fare will be donated to improve the lives of women and children. You’ll have truly flexible work and access to great advice about tax, insurance and financial planning.

We still urgently need more drivers.  Please see our post on what you need to know to drive with us.

The first key thing is a valid passenger transport driver authorisation from the Department of Transport and Main Roads (find out how to get one of these at the department’s website.) This accreditation means that a police check is run daily negating the need for a Blue Card.

You should also be aware that the Queensland Government is currently writing its own guidelines. You can read them here.

Ladies … let’s roll

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