Wheely is an international car service, available in London, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Perm and Krasnodar.
In 2010, Anton Chirkunov, who had extensive experience in the use of various car services and remained dissatisfied with most of them, as well as Paul Bocharov and Ivan Samsonov, decided to create their own service with the level of quality that they themselves could enjoy.
Requesting a car is done through the mobile app, available on iOS, Android and Windows. Instantly being able to request a car with prompt supply of unmarked and clean vehicles, professional drivers and impeccable attitude to the client contributes to the Wheely reputation of being the most comfortable way to travel. Rides are paid for with a credit/debit card linked to the user’s account so there’s no need to search for cash to pay the driver.
2010 — first working prototype of passenger and driver apps;
2011 — grant from Yuri Milner, the Moscow Government and the federal Bortnik fund;
2012 — launch in London and Moscow;
2013 — launch in Saint-Petersburg;
2014 — launch in Sochi, Kazan, Yekaterinburg and Perm;
2015 — launch of first Designated driver app service in Russia;
2016 — new Mercedes-Benz E-Class test-drive for Wheely passengers;
2017 — the world’s first service which allows to request Mercedes-Maybach by a single tap within 10 minutes — Wheely Luxe class in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg;
2017 — new Cadillac Escalade SUV test-drive for Wheely passengers;
2017 — Wheely became the first service in Russia that started to insure each passenger in a car;
2017 — rebranding and new logo.