Photo: Pinterest.com Standing on the curb with your arm flapping in the air is so last century. The best way to get a cab now is to reach into your pocket and let an app do all the work. Nowadays different taxi booking apps are available in Kiev.
BlaBlaCar is a trusted community marketplace that connects drivers with empty seats with co-travellers looking for a ride. Eventually, this popular service was launched in Ukraine also, making travelling easier!
The first car sharing service in Kyiv – Getmancar – has recently started its work in test mode. Car sharing is per-minute rent of car, with fuel, car washing, season rubber, maintenance support and taxes included in price. To use this comfortable service, you will have just to register on website or in mobile application.
Veterano Cab, a new taxi service recently launched in Kyiv, is a project of Veterano Group – an organization, founded by ATO veteran Leonid Ostaltsev. Veterano Group specializes on projects that provide employment for former ATO participants – veterans. More about the freshly launched taxi service and about other Veterano Group activities in our article below.
Starting from 2018, new rules for drivers came into force on the territory of Ukraine. The introduced innovations are purposed to decrease the number of accidents on the roads and to improve safety standards for drivers and pedestrians. The updated rules concern speed limitations, video monitoring of traffic violations, issuing of driver license and some other issues. Check out detailed updated rules for drivers in Ukraine 2018 to keep up with the newest laws.
The all-new Rolls-Royce Phantom has been recently presented in Ukraine for the first time after the world debut in London a year ago. Since 1925, when Sir Henry Royce presented the first Rolls-Royce Phantom, automobile experts have recognized it as the best in the world. The car has been highly appreciated by the high and mighty for the past 93 years.
From November 1, 2017, the unique charging hub by Oxygen Group opens its doors to all electric vehicles. On the territory of the multi-brand electric car dealership at Kirovogradska, 21A the owners of electric cars can benefit from "Eco-month from Oxygen" special offer.
What once was cool is cool once more. At least that’s the case with Volkswagen’s classic microbus. Icon of the late 1960s and 70s, the “slug worm” fell out of style (apart from the surfer troop) for a number of decades, but has recently enjoyed a resurgence. Volkswagen announces it has taken the bold decision to put the ‘I.D. BUZZ‘ concept car into production with the first electric campervan to arrive in 2022.
Photo: Shutterstock.com Ukraine has many historic sites and is the eighth most toured country in Europe due to its many attractions. To see the most beautiful places in Ukraine you can book a tour from one of the travel agencies. However, if you rent a car in Kiev to explore the Ukrainian wonders on your own, you’ll get the most unforgettable experience!
On July 4th, 2017, Uber launched its luxury service UberlBLACK in Kyiv. UberBLACK was actually the very first car service that Uber had to offer. This is essentially the luxury version of today's UberX. With this ride option, you can arrive at your destination in style with a black-on-black luxury sedan (or SUV if you're lucky).
Kiev Racing Yacht Club has created the conditions for yachting people who do not have time or opportunity to maintain a private yacht. Here one can rent a boat already prepared for a walk, participate in a regatta or go sailing with a crew.
Photo Rolls-Royce Webpage The names of Rolls-Royce cars have been traditionally encurtained with mystic: Ghost, Phantom, Silver Spirit, Seraphim. Wraith is a spirit that steals souls. It is easy to believe in this name’s power because a new Rolls-Royce coupe firmly takes a soul away.
Greencubator.info, supported by "Revival" International Fund, begins publishing series of video #EnergyHeroes of Ukrainian “green” innovators and activists for sustainable development of the ecological movement in the country.
Before the interview with Ivan Marchuk I was excited. You can read in Wikipedia that this modern Ukrainian painter, People's Artist of Ukraine, laureate of Taras Shevchenko National Prize of Ukraine, inventor of his unique pliontanism style, in 2007 was included in the list of top-100 outstanding geniuses of our time according to The Daily Telegraph. All prepared questions seemed to me awkward and primitive when I was thinking of the interview with the genius.
Originally from New Jersey, Helen came to Ukraine in June 1998 to work for a US government funded technical assistance program for one year. She enjoyed the country so much that she found a permanent job as Program Hub Director for the US school exchange program FLEX. However, after the birth of a son, Helen’s career took a back seat and she decided to become a full time mother and an active member of the International Women's Club of Kyiv. Nowadays Helen has a dacha in Pyriatyn rayon, Poltava oblast, where she is actively engaged in an exciting hobby — ecological gardening.