The drivers are all female and will also cater to mothers with young children to help them feel safer.
WATCH: New car service called Chariot for Women, is an exclusive ride sharing service just for women. https://t.co/Hb24q8jqHa— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 11, 2016
Founder Michael Pelletz, a former Uber driver, explains why he came up with the concept.
"Having thousands of passengers in my backseat, I heard stories about unsafe travel and Uber drivers hitting on women and just a lot of unsafe issues," he said.
Chariot for Women says before the ride begins, both the passenger and driver will have to say a unique password so they know they booked the ride through the app.
It will launch in Boston this month and other cities later on.