Carmel – Book Your Car Services Either Now or Later

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Used in 360 cities across the world, Carmel is a popular car service that can book your ride right when you need it.

This means it can be booked if you need it now or if you need it an hour, a day, or even a week.

Unlike other like-minded apps, Carmel allows you to book a car, limo, or taxi no matter when you want the ride.

All you have to do is open the app, book your ride, and add the ride to your calendar so you won’t forget.

But if you’re looking for more rides in the future, you can create your favorite trips so all you have to do is tap where your destination is in one click.

If you want to book with Carmel, you can expect the following:

  • On-time & professional drivers
  • No hassle
  • Flat rate
  • Insured vehicles
  • Live assistants

Did you know when you first sign up with Carmel, you get $36 worth of car cash? After that, you can earn airline miles for every dollar you spend.

And if you want to go the extra mile (no pun intended) you can customize your profile by adding your picture to the pointer and add an “In-Case-of-Emergency-Number” – since you can never be too careful.

Once you make a reservation with Carmel, you’ll be given the opportunity of receiving a $3, $4 or $5 off of added savings for referring a friend or family member.

Download Carmel for free by heading to the App Store or Google Play today. Once you download it, you’ll earn $36 and $6 off your first 6 trips.

To learn more, head to carmellimo.com or call their easy number at 1-866-666-6666.

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