If you owe a fee on Bolt and decide not to settle the debt, the application will not allow you to book any future trips until the outstanding amount is paid.
The app will prompt you to change your payment method to cover the owed fee before you can proceed with booking another trip.
Additionally, your device, phone number, and email address will be associated with the account in arrears, potentially impacting your ability to use Bolt services in the future. This measure ensures that drivers still receive their payment for completed trips, while also maintaining the integrity of the platform’s financial transactions.
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Bolt, the taxi-hailing firm, has a financial scheme in place to help drivers on its app own vehicles by partnering with leasing companies. This arrangement involves drivers entering agreements with leasing companies and making payments either daily or weekly.
If a driver fails to make their payment, Bolt offers compensation. However, the exact consequences of not meeting these payments aren’t explicitly detailed in the provided source.
It’s important for drivers involved in such schemes to understand the terms and conditions thoroughly and to communicate with Bolt or the leasing company if they face difficulties in making payments