Uber and Lyft RideShare Passengers

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Uber and Lyft RideShare Passengers

Postby Alexsmith81 » 10 Feb 2020, 11:43

Uber is an on-demand and cashless car service that allows you to use your smartphone or tablet to request rides from private drivers. If Uber is available in your area, you can sign up for a new account by downloading the mobile app or by visiting Uber.com/ Playstore.

Whether you’re running an errand across town or exploring a city far from home, getting there should be easy. Learn how to ride with the Uber app. Uber and Lyft RideShare

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1. Create an account
All you need is an email address and phone number. You can request a ride from your browser or from the Uber app. To download the app, go to the App Store or Google Play.

2. Enter your destination
Open the app and enter where you’re going in the Where to? box. Tap to confirm your pickup location and tap Confirm again to be matched to a driver nearby.

3. Meet your driver
You can track their arrival on the map. When they’re a few minutes away, wait for them at your pickup location.

4. Check your ride
Every time you take a trip with Uber, please make sure you’re getting into the right car with the right driver by matching the license plate, car make and model, and driver photo with what’s provided in your app.
Uber trips can only be requested through the app, so never get in a car where the vehicle or driver identity doesn't match what’s displayed in your app.

5. Sit back and relax
When you arrive, payment is easy. Depending on your region, you have options. Use cash or a payment method like a credit card or Uber Cash balance.

6. Rate your trip
Let us know how your trip went. You can also give your driver a compliment or add a tip in the app.
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