Uber is a company that provides ride-hailing services through a mobile app using transportation technology. It basically works like an on-demand vehicle service that lets you book a journey with a few taps on your smartphone.
You can see neighbouring drivers and their anticipated arrival times when you launch the Uber app. The closest driver who is available will then be matched with you by the app so you can request a ride. You can get up-to-the-minute information on your driver's position and expected arrival time.
Uber offers several different types of rides, including UberX (a straightforward ride in a conventional car), UberPOOL (a shared transport with multiple customers going in the same direction), UberBLACK (a opulent ride in a high-end vehicle), and more.
As the fare is instantly paid to your card after your ride is over, there is no need to carry cash. You can rate your driver and provide comments about the experience to help Uber deliver a better service.
Uber is typically a convenient and cost-effective method to travel around town, whether you're headed to the airport, commuting to work, or simply running errands.