Technology

March 13, 2024

Low emission Max motorcycles to help LASG distribute resident cards

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From Left: Deji Shobowale (Head Government Relations, MAX), Ajayi Abiodun(Head Card Distribution, LASRRA),  Tolulope Thomas (Chief Operating Officer, MAX), Oluwatoyin Ashipa (PR and Communications, MAX), Mrs. Lawal (HOD Public Affairs, LASRRA), Mrs. Lawal (HOD Registration, LASRRA)

By Prince Osuagwu, Hi-Tech Editor 

Lagos state government is ensuring that every aspect of governance and service provision in the state has a touch of technology to ease usually noticeable bottlenecks.

This effort has attracted to the state several technology innovators and experts who have now vowed to help the state achieve her ambition of digitizing governance.

The latest to key into this stream of supporters is renowned mobility-tech platform, MAX.

 The mobility company is partnering the state through donation of low emission MAX motorcycles to the Lagos State Residents Registration Agency (LASSRA) as part of efforts to support the distribution of registration cards across the state.

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MAX offers comprehensive vehicle subscription packages, through its two products: MAX Drive and MAX Advantage. MAXdrive is a subscription-to-own service that provides access to finance and ownership for tricycles, Motorcycles and Cars.

However,  MAX has also launched MAXe – which offers electric vehicles (EVs) designed to fit perfectly into Africa’s unique transportation ecosystem while providing a more sustainable means of transportation.

Expressing the company’s commitment to states and government’s willing to digitize governance, Chief Operating Officer MAX, Tolulope Thomas, said the donation was to show MAX’s willingness to supporting Lagos government’s efforts and also a way of giving back to the state in which it operates.

 She however, confessed that MAX as a socially responsible company, will always seek opportunities to partner with the government towards the good of the citizens.

This is also as Head, Government Relations at MAX, Deji Sobowale, said since it was founded in 2015 the company has provided mobility entrepreneurs solutions that ensure they are able to do their important work safely, affordably and in a way that minimizes emissions.

 Responding to the gesture, General Manager LASRRA, Mrs. Adebiyi-Abiola Bilikiss, said the state was excited about the donation and expressed delight that the motorcycles will greatly facilitate the distribution of the cards.

Vanguard Newspaper