Meru customers speak
I ensure that I use only Meru while traveling within the city or on outstation assignments in Pune and Nashik. You don't have to worry about bent door handles that don't open, tampered meters, as in the case of the black and yellow cabs, and it's a door-to-door service. I even use Meru to travel between Wadala Station and my Worli office daily. It costs me Rs 60, Rs 10 more than I would pay a black and yellow cab, but the comfort makes it worth every rupee.
Binny Gupta, Assistant Manager, Corporate Communications, Bombay Dying.
I travel thrice a week between my office in Malad and client appointments in Churchgate. You waste too much time trying to hail yellow and black cabs that refuse to go the distance. Meru Cabs, complete with radio and A/C feel like you are traveling in your own vehicle. And most importantly you don't have to fear being taken for a ride. The drivers are always looking for the shortest way to get you to your destination on time.
Shreelalit Jahali, Assistant Consultant, Aarohan Communication