You've finished work late, the sun had buggered off hours ago, and the only obstacle between you and a much-deserved rest at home is a trip on public transport at this odd hour followed by a 10-minute walk home alone in the dark. Great.

Multiple safety alarm bells are ringing at this point, all your mates are busy, and what you wouldn't give to have someone at your side so you won't be looking over your shoulder every 30 seconds or flinching at every odd sound.

Don't worry, this is where Sonder steps in!

Our 'Track my journey' feature is like having a guardian angel looking over you wherever you're going. It allows you to share your location with our team so we can keep an eye on your progress. And the best part? You will be looked after by real people rather than some bot or AI, so you'll have a reassuring human voice keeping tabs on you the whole time and making sure you're okay.

Using this feature is as easy as stealing pie from a baby. All you have to do is:

  1. Simply enter your destination and select your mode of travel (walking, cycling or driving).

  2. Continue your trip in peace knowing that the Sonder team is monitoring you.

  3. If you go behind schedule or off track, the Sonder team will contact you through the app, by phone or by SMS. If we can’t reach you, we'll send one of our team members to your last known location to make sure nothing has happened to you.

  4. Once you reach your destination, we'll send you a message asking you to confirm you're okay.

To use this feature, click on the button below and set your mind at ease that you'll have some company on wherever it is you're going.


If you have any questions or need extra support, we're here to help you anytime in any language. Simply start a chat with us via the home screen of the Sonder app.

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