Claudia Cowan reported on "America's Newsroom" about the emergence of a new, Uber-like car service aimed at helping busy parents shuttle their children to and from school.
"Companies [are] now up-and-running in Michigan and California with kid-friendly names like 'HopSkipDrive' and 'Shuddle,'" Cowan said. "Great for busy parents, but not everyone's sold on this modern day school bus."
Cowan reported that San Francisco-based Shuddle currently employs about 200 drivers, most of whom are women.
"For the monthly fee of $9, plus the fare for each trip, parents can monitor their child's route through the company's mobile app," Cowan said, explaining that riders must have a cell phone so the driver can text them a password that authenticates the pick-up.
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