Shebah – The Ride Share for Women

 Shebah – the Ride Share for Women

Today I used Shebah – the Ride Share for Women and Children Service.  I had a procedure in the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital booked for 9.30 am.  I did not want to drive, so caught the train to Bowen Hills, and then found my Shebah App on my phone and booked a car.

The vehicle arrived shortly on Abbotsford Road, and I climbed in to meet the lovely Jenny, who was originally from South Korea.  (We chatted a bit about Korea, as I had taught there for a few months, back in 2009).  She delivered me safely to the RBH and the payment and receipt process worked efficiently!  Amazing.

The charge was ok – perhaps slightly more than I paid recently in a taxi, but I’d walked some distance before it picked me up.

The Procedure

I had a biopsy of my thyroid gland – all done nicely without pain or blood, with a lovely nurse and a great doctor.  I was soon out and needing a lift back to Bowen Hills Station.

Shebah Driver Number Two

The second driver had to come a longer distance – she was actually on the other side of the river, but a delightful lady appeared for my second Shebah ride.  It was not a long trip, and the fee was fair, slightly less than the earlier trip, but the route was slightly different as there are one-way streets to travel in that area.

 Di Hill, smiling, standing, Santa

Santa visited me on the train home after my Shebah ride.

I’m hooked on Shebah

Shebah has only been operating for a short while. I wondered if I would have to wait long for “my” car.  The second one took a little longer – but I was able to get some much-needed coffee before my ride!

I certainly was very happy with the service and I will not only use them again, but will tell everyone about the service.

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