Post Profile

Why Uber Sometimes Charges Extra Without Paying Drivers More

The Rideshare Guy blog noticed discrepancies between Uber's "upfront" fares for riders and what the company paid drivers for those rides. Uber has an explanation.
read more


Related Posts

CT: Uber Cutting Fares In Greater Hartford

Industries / Transportation : MassTransit

Aug. 18--HARTFORD -- Starting late this morning, Uber riders in Greater Hartford will be paying 20 percent lower fares. The San Francisco-based ride hailing company is announcing that fares charged to UberX riders in Hartford County...

Uber Adds A $2 Booking Fee To UberT Rides In NYC

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

Uber has added a $2 booking fee to uberT rides in NYC, which is charged through the app to your credit card on file, despite the fact that uberT rides still require users to pay their driver the metered fare separately in the city a...

Uber & Lyft agree to insure drivers in-between rides in California

Technology : Venture Beat

Transportation startups Uber and Lyft today announced support for bill AB 2293, a measure which will require “ridesharing” companies to insure drivers as soon as they log into a ridesharing app to pick up passengers. Uber and Lyft h...

Ridesharing company Sidecar drops its donation model in place of payments, only for California riders

Technology : The Next Web Blog

Ridesharing service Sidecar is shifting its compensation model, moving from donations to payments. Starting today, passengers will have to pay a minimum fare for rides in serviced cities in California.... Keep reading ?

Why Is Uber Charging You Extra to Not Get Assaulted?

Technology : Valleywag

The next time you hop in an UberX —one of the transit startup's fancy gypsy cabs run by unlicensed drivers—you'll notice a new "Safe Ride Fee" added to your fare. It's only a dollar, but since when do we have to pay extra to not get...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC