Oneride is a ride sharing option that has flown entirely under the radar since it’s inception in 2014, and offers more features and functionality than its top competitors. This Plano-based company is headed by two Dallas natives, Anthony Brusdeilins and Brian Haigwood, who used months of research and development to create Oneride and it’s app. Oneride is a licensed “on-demand and ride later” black car service, that is owned by Superior One Transportation, the Dallas-based ground transportation and limousine company.
Oneride has taking the uncertainty out of ride sharing, particularly when it comes to price. Uber which utilizes surge pricing, often leaves passengers shocked at the increase in cost; what may have been a fairly inexpensive $17 ride to the bar quickly becomes a ride that is more than $60 when the bars are letting out. Oneride’s pricing remains stable regardless of the time of day or night.
Even better, unlike the Uber and Lyft apps, the Oneride app allows users to book a ride for a future day or time. Oneride users can also choose between point-to-point service or hourly service, which gives you the opportunity to go wherever you would like to do, for as long as you would like.
Oneride also takes driver qualifications seriously, not everyone is capable of becoming a Oneride driver. Every single driver for the company holds a “Transportation for Hire License,” which not only ensures a clean driving record, but also that the driver has had an exhaustive background check. Along with hiring the most qualified drivers, the vehicles used by Oneride have undergone a 31 point inspection and have either a City of Dallas, or a Dallas/Fort Worth Airport approved permit.
There are three options for service, Black, SUV, Economy, and Assisted Care and each are easily requested through the app. The app offers users the option to select a service based on their budget. From the economically friendly Economy option, to the luxury of an SUV with enough room for you and five of your friends, there are options for everyone. Assisted Care Vehicles are handicapped accessible, offer a wheelchair lift, and take the hassle out of commuting and getting to doctors visits easier.