Nov 19, 2019

Complete a Ride in Uber Driver

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#* Uber won't tell it's drivers where the rider is going, prior to starting the trip with the rider in the car so the driver won't discriminate based on time! Going a few blocks may not allot you lots of money, but it will all add up and if it's amount doesn't meet the guaranteed minimum fare, Uber will pay you addition to meet this fare for you Uber City (Minimum Fare Supplement).
 
#* Uber won't tell it's drivers where the rider is going, prior to starting the trip with the rider in the car so the driver won't discriminate based on time! Going a few blocks may not allot you lots of money, but it will all add up and if it's amount doesn't meet the guaranteed minimum fare, Uber will pay you addition to meet this fare for you Uber City (Minimum Fare Supplement).
 
# Consider taking a trip marked as a "Long Trip (45+ minutes)". Long Trips can be very worthwhile for cars that don't have much mileage on them already and will want to accept them as they arrive. Long Trips will say "Long Trip (45+ minutes)" at the bottom of the request. Uber considers a Long Trip to be a trip that will take at least 45 minutes to complete (even if a return trip to the pickup location is present).
 
# Consider taking a trip marked as a "Long Trip (45+ minutes)". Long Trips can be very worthwhile for cars that don't have much mileage on them already and will want to accept them as they arrive. Long Trips will say "Long Trip (45+ minutes)" at the bottom of the request. Uber considers a Long Trip to be a trip that will take at least 45 minutes to complete (even if a return trip to the pickup location is present).
# Take a Surge Zone request only as they enter the queue. Surge Zones happen when the number of riders opening up the Uber app (without even figuring the possible request) far outnumber the number of drivers within a twenty-five-minute driving distance. Look at the bigger fare explanation in the bottom right corner of the request to determine if there is a Surge. Pick up these types of riders quickly using only the Uber-suggested route.
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# Take a Surge Zone request only when you get pinged to take them. Surge Zones happen when the number of riders opening up the Uber app (without even figuring the possible request) far outnumber the number of drivers within a twenty-five-minute driving distance. Look at the bigger fare explanation in the bottom right corner of the request to determine if there is a Surge. Pick up these types of riders quickly using only the Uber-suggested route.
#* Don't enter into the area without a trip in-progress. If lots of drivers rush into a Surge Zone, Surge may end or decrease from a higher payout to a lower payout as time progresses.
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#* Don't enter into the area without a trip in-progress. If lots of drivers rush into a Surge Zone, Surge may end or decrease from a higher payout to a lower payout as time progresses. Surge Zones now consist of flat-rate payouts to drivers - and aren't designed as multipliers anymore.
 
# Take a scheduled trip request if the rider appears. Uber gives some Uber Cities access to scheduling trips in advance and Uber may send you the trip as a result. Often, these will head towards doctor's appointments and airports. If they aren't in your Uber City, they will happen at some point. Underneath the acceptance button, you'll see "Scheduled trip", but doesn't tell you where this rider is heading.<!--My Uber City doesn't have the scheduled trip feature just yet. However, when I head to an area, I had one before this version came out, and so this designation might have changed. There's little knowledge in the Help of the Uber Driver app, not presenting enough information. As this becomes the case, it will be improved. Byankno1 -->
 
# Take a scheduled trip request if the rider appears. Uber gives some Uber Cities access to scheduling trips in advance and Uber may send you the trip as a result. Often, these will head towards doctor's appointments and airports. If they aren't in your Uber City, they will happen at some point. Underneath the acceptance button, you'll see "Scheduled trip", but doesn't tell you where this rider is heading.<!--My Uber City doesn't have the scheduled trip feature just yet. However, when I head to an area, I had one before this version came out, and so this designation might have changed. There's little knowledge in the Help of the Uber Driver app, not presenting enough information. As this becomes the case, it will be improved. Byankno1 -->
 
#*Contact the rider in both the in-app text and call and avoid canceling their rides.
 
#*Contact the rider in both the in-app text and call and avoid canceling their rides.


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