Uber has announced that it’s expanding its driver-focused service nationwide across the U.S., with plans to bring the service to international markets.
The ride-hailing giant, which is , has on a number of fronts, but particularly after expenses and taxes. This is partly why last May it to launch a new program that rewards its best drivers with additional perks. In November, the San Francisco-based company as to win back public support ahead of its IPO.
Uber Pro basically lets drivers unlock benefits based on their ratings and trip cancellation rates, with the best-performing drivers able to earn up to 6% more on their time and distance rates, cash back on their fuel, discounts on car maintenance, and even tuition for courses through Arizona State