Since Pokemon GO requires trainers to go out and explore, a number of people are now offering to chauffeur tired players to hot spots around their town or city.
Pokemon GO has only been out for a few days in the U.S and in other select regions such as Australia and New Zealand, but it has already become a massive phenomenon. Part of the allure stems from the app’s combination of augmented-reality technology with GPS, allowing players to go exploring and hunting for Pokemon around their town or city. Catching rare Pokemon can get pretty tiring after a while, but a number of people have come up with quite the entrepreneurial solution to this problem.
Given that a number of Pokemon GO players have become so engrossed in playing the game that their local police have had to offer up safety tips, this ride-sharing idea is a win-win for everyone – drivers will earn a tidy profit, and players get to catch Pokemon without having to worry about getting tired, run over, or getting lured in by armed robbers.
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