Due to Coronavirus infection, the entire country is going through a lock-down, there are many people who have gone out of their homes in connection with their work and they are stuck, there are some truck drivers or bus drivers who To help them have been caught out in these situations outside their home, now the organizations have come to the supply chain optimization platform Locus (Locus) has launched "Driver Service Mobile App" which is based on Corono and Will help drivers caught during lockdown due to an outbreak. The app is supported by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) and is raising the issue of drivers caught in the lockdown.
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This mobile application will help truck drivers, bus drivers, autos and cab drivers stuck in lockdown. This application will provide information about the hotels, food stalls, dhabas, parking, petrol pumps etc. near the drivers. Every day more than 1000 information is being uploaded in this application. These include information on food stalls, dhabas, parking, petrol pumps around the highway and the road. According to sources, thousands of drivers of courier and logistic vehicles servicing client companies of a company have been stranded in different states of the country due to lockdown and have been facing a lot of problems in the provision of food and water. Then we thought of a solution to this problem without delay and after research, the team brought this application. We are sympathetic to the thousands of drivers who are serving them in this difficult situation.