Cars with big, fuzzy pink mustaches will soon be seen in Oahu as part of a new ride-sharing service called Lyft.
Lyft connects available drivers with people looking for a ride.
People can request a driver through an app, and there's no cash needed. The payment exchange is made through the app.
Drivers go through a background check. There is also a five-star rating program where passengers can rate drivers and vice versa.
"I think the culture of Lyft and the culture here on the island mesh well together. It's friendly and welcoming. Folks say they already provide rides to their friends (and) neighbors who need rides, and that's what Lyft does," Alma Aldrich said.
"I spend a lot of time on the road because I'm from Waianae. Because of that, it makes perfect sense to give someone a lift and share process space with me, and I don't get bored," Sophina Placencia said.
The price of a ride is a suggested donations, but the program has a standard of a $6 minimum per ride and $2.56 per mile.
All new passengers who download the app receive two weeks of free rides, up to $25 a ride.
Lyft is partnering with Hawaiian Airlines. A promotional deal for airline passengers will be announced next week.