Uber is soon going to launch an all-electric vehicle in Bengaluru, in June. As per sources, the all-electric vehicles will also be launched in Mumbai and Delhi, as part of its commitment to become a zero-emission mobility platform. he new service called ‘Uber Green’ will allow passengers to request an all-electric, zero tail-pipe emission vehicle rather than a regular fossil-fuelled car. This will be an on-demand service.
Courtesy: Deccan Herald
In Maharashtra's Mumbai, Uber cab services increased their fare by 15%, amid the rising prices of fuels, petrol, and diesel. The new hiked rates will be in effect from April 1. The company released a statement, "To help drivers from the impact of the spike in fuel prices, Uber is raising trip fares in Mumbai by 15 percent." In addition, now drivers will not turn off AC for customers.
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
In West Bengal, app based cab services would follow regulations issued by Mamata Banerjee led TMC Government. Issued on March 3, the regulations include no cancellation by drivers, no cancellation charges for riders, provision on fines, cancellation of license of aggregators and others. Furthermore, the cabs will follow base fair, imposed by the transport department, allowing aggregators to charge 50% lower than base fare and 50% in case of… read-more
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