Uber Introduces Subscription Model For Moto Drivers1 min read
Uber, a well-known ridesharing service, has made a significant stride by introducing a subscription package exclusively designed for Uber Moto drivers. This strategic initiative is intended to transform the way UberMoto drivers are rewarded, with a primary emphasis on improving reliability for passengers and addressing the challenge of trips occurring “off the platform.”
Uber reportedly states that their new approach aims to reduce drivers’ requests for direct payments from passengers, known as ‘khep’ trips. These off-platform rides often result in frequent cancellations and a subpar experience for both drivers and riders. Furthermore, they lack the safety features and insurance provided by the Uber app. Notably, the subscription model offers a 0% service fee to drivers who choose this option.
Uber is dedicated to enhancing safety and reliability for riders and drivers. Their new subscription model is expected to significantly improve the overall experience and contribute to safer streets in Dhaka. Uber emphasizes the importance of addressing safety risks associated with traditional street hailing and off-platform trips, and the introduction of subscriptions reflects their commitment to supporting drivers and riders.
The latest driver app version now includes subscription options with flexible durations, such as daily and three-day plans. Subscribers benefit from unlimited offers and trips during the subscription period. Uber’s ongoing commitment to safety and rider-driver experience is evident through this initiative, highlighting drivers as central to their business. The subscription model is set to enhance ridesharing in Dhaka, reinforcing Uber’s dedication to rider safety and driver satisfaction.
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