AHA Taxis ( a division of WAAH Taxis Private Limited) is a leading online aggregator for outstation travel. We offer online Taxi booking for customers with one way fares, return journeys and multi city booking. Our Vision is to give freedom of choice to our customers worldwide for traveling where they wish to while saving costs and at the same time benefit the taxi drivers with increased business .
Co-Founders : Amit Grover, Kumar Arayan, Praveen Samariya, Kunal Krishna, Shivam Mishra
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AHA Taxis is a leading online outstation taxi company for booking outstation taxis across different cities in India.we are now providing outstation taxis service in more than 4000 cities across India. What makes us different from other taxi service company is our competitive price and availability.
Unlike other taxi services who charge return trip fare for one-way trips, we only charge one-way fares. ‘No return trip fare for one-way trips‘ is what we believe in and our vision is to make outstation Taxis booking affordable and available for one and all.
Amit Grover – CEO – Linkedin
Amit Grover is co-founder of AHA Taxis.com, India’s largest online car rental booking service for outstation taxis offering one way fares in India. He was earlier CEO and Founder of Nurture Talent Academy – India’s 1st institute for entrepreneurs. He is an IIT Delhi and IIM Indore graduate. He has worked with Infosys, Asian Paints, Onida and Mumbai Angels earlier. Nurture Talent conducted over 425+ workshops, across 125+ cities attended by 30000+ students, professionals and startups.
“Nurture Talent conducted over 425+ workshops, across 125+ cities attended by 30000+ students, professionals and startups.”
Amit used to actively blog during his Nurture Talent start-up phase at Amit Grover
6th November, 2017
“Three years ago, we set out to provide affordable and available outstation taxis. Our solution caters to thousands of customers and drivers every day. Our investors’ confidence in us, despite the presence of biggies like Ola and Uber, is a big positive”, Grover said.
AHA Taxis, which counts Vikas Taneja of Games247 as an adviser, claims to help users save 40-50% on outstation taxis in over 350 cities across India.
In November 2015, the company had raised an undisclosed round of angel funding from ah! Ventures.
“Since ah! Ventures’ seed round investment in AHA Taxi, the company has grown over 10 times to 1,000 cities and 10,000 routes. Despite the immense competition from Ola and Uber, AHA Taxi has created its own space, maintained set standards and provided satisfaction to customers”, said Harshad Lahoti, founding partner and CEO of ah! Ventures.
July 1, 2016
The online taxi aggregator space is a highly competitive one, but AHA Taxis which specializes in outstation travel is stepping on the gas. AHA has expanded to 20 more cities in India, taking its total tally to 350 cities. To discuss more about the same, Deeepanshu Bhandari of Bloomberg TV India is joined by Amit Grover, CEO & Co-Founder of AHA Taxis.
June 29, 2016
Online intercity cab aggregator AHA Taxis has expanded to 20 cities and towns including Mumbai, Pune and Shirdi in Maharashtra; Jaipur, Pushkar and Alwar in Rajasthan; Bhopal, Indore and Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh; Hyderabad, Tirupati, Srisailam, Vizag and Vijayawada in Andhra Pradesh; and Bangalore, Ooty, Mangalore, Coorg and Mysore in Karnataka
December 2, 2015
Road travel in India is five times bigger than railways and business is divided among bus and taxi service providers. And imagine trains carry 7 billion passengers annually. That means buses and taxis carry about 35 billion passengers annually. That is easily possible as the total just means about 40-45 trips per person per year.
The intercity taxi market in India is estimated to be over $9 billion (about Rs 60,000 crore), with an annual growth of 15-18%. More than 90% of this market is unorganised.
Amit Grover, co-founder of AHA Taxis, which recently got angel funding, was also motivated by his personal experience when he was charged double fare for one-way travel from Bhopal to Delhi.
Launched earlier this year, AHA Taxis has expanded to more than 100 cities in India including Moradabad, Bareilly and Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh along with Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Chandigarh, and Dehradun.
With customers comfortable with paying one-way taxi fare, such taxis often get return booking even before they touch their destination. “The total fare for family or group intercity travellers is similar to hiring a one-way taxi,” said Parikh. NV Subbarao, a member of Hyderabad Angel and one of the angel investor in AHA Taxis said, “At present it is a wide, open market. One-way travel fare for sure is a big disruption in the intercity travel market.“
A clutch of startups have sprung up to address the issue of taxi service providers charging double the fare for one-way travel. Jaipur-based Hippocabs, Ahmedabad-based Yatayat and recently funded Noida-based AHA Taxis are three of such intercity taxi aggregators that have come up in the past six months.
Aha Taxis helps you save cost on outstation travel by charging for actual KMs traveled.
Traditionally in Indian road travel, the taxi owners charge a return fare from customers even for one way trips, as they are not assured of passengers on return journey.
We are aggregating demand and supply using website, mobile app and call center to make it a win-win situation for all stakeholders – taxi owners, customers, society and environment.
You can chose from 3 categories based on your budget and comfort – AHA Economy (Indica AC or equivalent), AHA Business (Swift Dzire AC or equivalent), AHA Premium (Toyota Innova AC or equivalent).”
19th November 2015
AHA Taxis was founded in April 2015 by Amit Grover (ex-Infosys, Asian Paints, Onida, IIT-IIM alumnus), along with Praveen Samariya (ex-Times Internet, IIT alumnus), Kunal Krishna (ex-Headstrong, Copper Mobile), Kumar Arayan (ex-Swiggy, Askmebazar, NIIT) and Shivam Mishra (ex-Crazzy, college dropout).
A division of WAAH Taxis Pvt Ltd, AHA Taxis helps travellers save cost on outstation travel by charging only for actual KMs travelled. Traditionally in Indian road travel, the taxi owners charge a return fare from customers even for one way trips, as they are not assured of passengers on return journey.