Your subsequent Uber trip can have an additional price for gasoline — even when it’s in an EV

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Uber is including a “short-term gasoline surcharge” to fares to assist drivers pay for record-high gasoline costs across the nation, the corporate introduced Friday. “Rides prospects can pay a surcharge of both $0.45 or $0.55 on every Uber journey, and Eats prospects can pay both $0.35 or $0.45 on every Uber Eats order, relying on their location,” Uber’s head of driver operations in US and Canada, Liza Winship, stated in a weblog put up.

Everything of the surcharge shall be handed on to drivers, and the plan is for the surcharge to be in place for the subsequent 60 days. Nevertheless, Winship cautions that “we are going to proceed to observe gasoline costs and will make further adjustments.” And this short-term gasoline surcharge will even be in place for rides or deliveries accomplished in…

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