Have you ever received a ride request from GoGoGrandparent? You may have wondered what it was about or how your ride might be different. It turns out, GoGoGrandparent is just another way for passengers to get around, linking passengers (usually elderly) without smartphones to transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber or Lyft. RSG contributor Paula Gibbins explains how GoGo works for passengers and what drivers can expect when they get a request from GoGo.
GoGoGrandparent is a company that works with TNCs like Uber and Lyft to provide rides to people who do not own or do not want to own a smartphone, which is required to order a Lyft or Uber. In this article, I will go over what GoGoGrandparent is and what they do along with what the request looks like for drivers.