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Shuddle App Will Allow Kids under 7 to Travel by Car Supervised

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Shuddle announced a new update to its ride-hailing service designed for children of busy parents: an app that lets kids as young as 7 summon a car themselves.

ShuddleMe, the app allows any smartphone-equipped kid who doesn’t need a booster seat schedule their own rides up to an hour ahead.

Shuddle car control app for kids

The ShuddleMe application is expected to engage children to orchestrate their own rides, while keeping parents’ control active — especially around mid-year, when children are out of school and frequently have moving calendars. Each time a child books a ride through ShuddleMe, the parents are requested to endorse it via the joint Shuddle application.

“The application is up to speed with all the moves tracked by [Shuddle],” Allen told BuzzFeed News. “The parents will get alerts when their children are picked up and dropped off, and they can also track the car rides”.

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