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Where’s My Ride is an app that allows you to easily, with a tap of a button, see reservation status and track vehicle in real time.

Easy way to confirm your trip reservation, share your ride experience and rate your driver and vehicle, and get the live ETA for your vehicle

What’s New

Version 1.2.9

- View vehicle type, including taxi information
- Performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
15 Ratings
15 Ratings
KoichiSugiyamafangirl ,

I can’t login

I can’t login to my account it won’t let me for some reason I’ll try entering my password and it just won’t let me get in can you help

Chavo942 ,


We need updates more frequently, please and thank you.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback. We will pass this info to the App developers for future consideration.

topanga tom ,

ETA Accuracy, and Text-based vehicle information for blind riders. Registration hassles.

I have some comments/suggestions about vehicle tracking. Vehicle tracking is a great idea which surely must be useful for some riders, but it needs some improvements.
1. ETA sometimes fluctuates wildly. For example, the app might say that my vehicle will arrive in 5 minutes, then, moments later, tell me that it’s 20 minutes, then go back to 3 minutes, and so on. I’m just throwing out numbers here, but you get the idea. Can ya tighten that up a bit?
2. Showing a map which is intended to give a visual indication of a vehicle’s location is great for most, but it’s utterly useless for blind riders like me. Since this information is GPS-based, why not also include a little text box which states the approximate address of the vehicle’s whereabouts or the nearest intersection, e.g. “5855 W. Century Blvd.” or “La Brea and Highland”. Blindness-oriented GPS apps like Seeing Eye GPS, Nearby Explorer and the like certainly have that information available at any given moment, so including something like that must be feasible for the Access Services app.
Addendum submitted August 27
Still no improvement to ETA accuracy. Map still unusable for blind riders.
I’ve helped people with the registration process, which, quite frankly, is a pain in the butt. At issue here is how one specifies the month and year that service expires. You guys need to scrap the existing month and year selection controls: they’re anything but intuitive and not at all VoiceOver-friendly. There are two solutions to this which I propose.
1. If you want someone to enter their expiration, set up a field where they can enter a simple month/year combination, e.g. “04/20”.
2. Alternatively, set up standard picker items, one each for the month and year. It shouldn’t be that difficult and every other sensible app developer is using those types of controls, so c’mon fellas, get with the program.


Information Technologies Curves, Inc
22.1 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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