School transport startup Zūm recently announced a $130 million Series D round that now values the company at just shy of unicorn status. Zūm has a mission to reimagine student transportation in a way that saves time and money and also helps students with special needs. The company hopes to use the new funds to break into the electric vehicle space. Zūm co-founder and CEO Ritu Narayan joins Cheddar News' Closing Bell to discuss.