Think before
you drive
Is it worth the risk? Never
Think before
you drive
Is it worth the risk? Never
Why is it so important?
Listen to the stories of our people who witnessed the car accidents and got into them themselves. Some even saved other people's lives. We are always here to help you. So please, think before you drive.
Rapid urbanization and growing vehicle ownership have significantly increased the number of road accidents in Africa in recent years.

Despite being the least motorized region, Africa has the highest road traffic fatality rates in the world: 26.6 per 100 000 people.
Africa is currently experiencing the highest per capita rate of road fatalities globally. According to projections by WHO (The World Health Organisation), road fatalities in sub-Saharan Africa will increase by 112%, from approximately 243,000 people in 2015 to 514,000 in 2030.
How do accidents happen?



Don't get carried away when your favourite song comes on


Drinking a driving is a gamble that never pays off



That text can wait. What you have to tell someone isn't more important than your life

Driving without equipment

Always use a motorcycle helmet, buckle up your seat-belt, and put kids in child seats

people die on Africa’s roads
on a daily basis
of road deaths in Africa are among
1 127
life yrs. affected due to disability
from road crash injuries per
100 000 people
Never drive if you are:
Driving without equipment
In all these cases — order inDrive.
We'll get you anywhere safe and sound.
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Support 24/7

Our support team is ready to help, night or day, with any issues or queries

SOS button

For passengers and drivers. Use our 'SOS' button to call an ambulance or the police in case of an emergency

Share your route
Use our 'Safety' button to share your route with friends and family in real time

Full transparency

Choose your driver based on their rating and on other passengers’ feedback. As a driver, you can also see your passenger’s rating before accepting the ride

Safety first: for you and for others

Child passenger safety

Car crashes are one of the leading causes of death for kids and young adults from ages 1-24.Puting children in age- and size-appropriate car seats, booster seats, and seat belts reduces serious and fatal injuries by up to 80%.

Buckle up your seat belt

When in motion, you are traveling at the same speed as the vehicle. If the vehicle suddenly stops or crashes, you continue at the same speed the vehicle was going before it stopped. Seat belt use is one of the most effective ways to save your life and reduce injuries in crashes.

Our mission
The safety of our users is our priority. We do everything to ensure that our drivers and passengers are safe during the ride. Drive responsibly. And if you are drunk, sick, stressed or distracted, please, don't drive. Use inDrive.