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Airport Transfers

We provide a 7 day service to and from all London airports. We monitor flight departures and arrival times.

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Meet and Greet

Our meet and greet feature provides you with a tailored service. We ensure that our female chauffeur will be waiting.

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Day Hire

You can hire one of our cars along with a driver for as long as you want in a day at our hourly rates.

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School Run

Here at Annisa cars we only use carefully selected female professionals with clear and up to date DBS checks.

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About Annisa Cars

Annisa cars is a female only private hire transportation service based in the heart of London. 

Whether you’re a husband, partner, guardian, single lady, parent or group of friends is in search of a unique and safe mode of transportation for yourself or a loved one then look no further; Annsia cars is here for you, driven only by women.

We believe that every woman should have the freedom of travelling in a safe environment free from fear or insecurities. We provide a safety net for our customers by recognising the importance of safety for women and children travelling alone and we tailor each service to suit the needs of our client.

Our drivers are fully licensed and company trained to ensure that they provide you with as much assistance as possible whilst providing you a warm and professional service.

Our goal is to allow women and children to travel in a relaxed and safe environment, whilst feeling free to express themselves comfortably.

As a company providing a unique service, we always aspire to offer the best value for money, without jeopardising punctuality, reliability and most importantly your safety.

Safe, Reliable Transport for women & Children.

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    October 2017

    A Croydon mother has launched a new female-only car service, offering women a safe and reliable alternative to minicab services and London transport. 

    Annisa Cars, founded by  Sade Agboola, will only accept women and children passengers and use only female drivers. Agboola came up with the idea after struggling to find a cab company to take her young son to school and not always feeling comfortable when using private cabs.  

    Speaking to EastLondonLines, Agboola said: “In some of my experiences traveling in minicabs, I’ve just felt not comfortable and uneasy with the kind of behaviour from the drivers. Friends and family have also expressed their feelings and experiences about travelling in minicabs. 

     “It was something that developed over time, and eventually I thought I can make a difference. It wasn’t so much about making money, it was mostly supporting women and making them feel empowered.” 

     The service will cover Croydon, Sutton, Brixton, and Streatham and aims to ultimately cover all of South London. Reservations can be made online or on the phone, as well as through their app, which aims to launch next month. They also offer airport transfers to all London airports, day hire, London tours, and school runs.  

  • New report shows that while more men use seed crowdfunding more than women, women are more successful in reaching their finance goals than menFemale-led crowdfunding campaigns in the UK were 29% more successful at reaching their funding target than male-led campaigns
  • While men typically seek higher funding targets, female-led projects in the UK achieve a greater average pledge amount: on average each individual backer contributes $78 to women and $69 to men (a difference of 13%)


  • Under Armour is going hard after female shoppers with perhaps its most ambitious campaign targeting women. On Wednesday, the Baltimore-based sportswear brand debuted "Unlike Any," a digital push from Droga5 artfully showcasing the athletic strength and grace of celebrities such as its original spokes-star, ballerina Misty Copeland, stuntwoman Jessie Graff and world champion sprinter Natasha Hastings.


  • PARIS, France — When Maria Grazia Chiuri debuted her first collection as artistic director of Christian Dior back in September 2016, models wore t-shirts emblazoned with the statement “We should all be feminists.” And, indeed, since the appointment of its first female artistic director that same year, Christian Dior has become a vocal supporter of gender equality and female empowerment both on and off the runway.


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