Taxi rates Uber New York, NY

 

UberXL

Base fare: $3.85
Cost per min: $0.77
Cost per mile: $2.35

Minimum charge: $10.5
Cancellation fee: $5

UberX

Cost per min: $0.74
Cost per mile: $1.62

Minimum charge: $8
Cancellation fee: $5

Car Seat

Cost per min: $0.74
Cost per mile: $1.62

Minimum charge: $8
Cancellation fee: $5

Black

Base fare: $7.75
Cost per min: $0.94
Cost per mile: $3.05

Minimum charge: $15.75
Cancellation fee: $10

Black SUV

Base fare: $14.75
Cost per min: $1.32
Cost per mile: $4.5

Minimum charge: $25.75
Cancellation fee: $10

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Manny posted on Nov 17, 2018

Dear Uber team:
We signed up for uber, but made a mistake. We are first time users and wanted to take advantage the 1st time user discount. We started to sign up, but then realized that we had not clicked on the link to get our discount. We cancelled, but when we went back in to sign up through the discount link, it told us our phone and email was already used! We only have the one mobile phone that we use while traveling. Could you clear us out or send us a way to get our discount. We did not complete either sign up at this point.

Martha posted on Nov 17, 2018

I am Martha Duarte ..i am using the Uber service , all my trips was fine and always paid cash to the driver..You are claiming one trip that i never did and never request for it the 10 /08 to airport that i never knew.Please can you check it..it was a big mistake..No one driver let you get out the car if you dont pay the trip..Thank you.Marths

Vilma posted on Nov 27, 2018

How much will it cost me to go from 1245 Ave. X, Brooklyn, NY 11235 leaving at 6am Dec.4th
to
Richmond University Medical Center
355 Bard Ave., Staten Island, NY 10310
?

Enid posted on Dec 11, 2018

nrrd a pick up dec 24 2018 from laguardia to the brona about 1030pm two passengers need a price how cna i make reservations

Anonymous posted on Jan 11, 2019

I waited for 20mins for an uber. They said this would take 7mins. After 7 mins they said i would be matched with yet another driver. So I waited for another 7mins. Then the driver picked up another rider then dropped him off and only after this rider I was dropped off. 27 mins waiting! Not cool at all!

Florynce posted on Jan 27, 2019

If I want to open an uber account how does it work costs and how long does it last,

Frank posted on Jul 30, 2019

want to leave this thurs at 7:15 am to the V.A. center in albany. how do i book?

Frank posted on Jul 30, 2019

someone c allme, frank at 518-371-547 i cannot complete your forrmghis is my 2nd ommuniucAtion is anyone there????

Anonymous posted on Nov 20, 2019

And as far as whether Uber drivers are actually employees, they're not. The Department of Labor is currently reviewing its regulations for employees in light of the new ruling. If the DOL rules that drivers are independent contractors, they will be allowed to work more hours, meaning that Uber drivers would no longer have to be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

According to Uber's own rules, it is illegal for Uber to have drivers who are not paid by the minute and require them to drive the whole time. It is illegal to use a GPS-tracking device to track employees' every move, and it's illegal to charge Uber employees for a smartphone.

For this reason, Uber's drivers in New York are not employees. The law states: "The term 'employer' includes an individual or a partnership of individuals acting within the scope of their employment or agency."

MikeM posted on Nov 20, 2019

Uber has the ability to create and promote new technologies, but the company also has to follow the regulations that protect users and the public. Uber's self-driving program has already been in place for years, but it wasn't until the California DMV issued its own guidelines on self-driving cars that Uber began to push the program. This program has also been controversial; the company has been criticized for being slow to hire drivers for the program, as well as for failing to keep drivers fully trained, and for not reporting serious accidents to police.

Uber's most recent safety update, launched in July, was a huge step forward, with a new dashboard that displayed data on how many people had been in accidents and had been involved in reported accidents. The app also now has crash and injury warnings that appear on-screen when the app thinks someone is about to be involved in an accident.

Mark posted on Nov 29, 2019

Many people will try to get a cab in New York City, even without a license and operating permission. If the situation is so dire, it would seem that the Taxi and Limousine Commission would provide a free taxi for anyone in need of transport. The TLC in New York has partnered with Transfer1, a smartphone app that lets you place a ticket on a credit card, save the information, and the next time you need a taxi, you can reach for your phone and get a ride to your destination. That's certainly very convenient.

Marco posted on Nov 29, 2019

New York taxi drivers are expected to rebel against Mayor Michael Bloomberg's highly restrictive new order restricting the size of cabs. Last week, the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission received seven initial bids from privately held cabs that will be required to sell cabs to as few as four owners at a time, according to the New York Daily News. The taxis will be required to sell their vehicles within seven days.

Martin posted on Dec 9, 2019

Uber rates in New York City have skyrocketed; 80% of them are behind the wheel, and 40% do the job regularly. Here's why. You are so used to being on a fixed salary. The nature of the new economy brings up challenges. Uber and Lyft should offer higher rates in wealthier areas where passengers are accustomed to being well-off. You're paying $10 to $12 an hour and about the same in profits. I think that's likely to accelerate the adoption and roll-out of autonomous vehicles. As drivers abandon high-paying jobs to take extra employment gigs, truckers and taxi drivers will find themselves competing.

Martin posted on Dec 9, 2019

Taxi prices in New York City have doubled in the last three years, increasing by 47%. Not only are cab drivers forced to cover over-the-limit meter prices in the city, they also have to contend with city rules for how much money they must take home per hour. "If I'm late to the job, I can lose my job," said one of the drivers to me. While taxicabs tend to be based on location, a growing number of factors like the importance of not giving a passenger the option to drive home under their own power – or making passengers ride only in a pickup truck that can drive down the street – are playing into the phenomenon. The more people who get across state lines, the more taxis you see around the corner.

Mario posted on Dec 9, 2019

Taxi prices in New York City and other cities like New Jersey are actually higher than in the Central City. City drivers see more and pay less – and sometimes their fares are even cheaper. To be fair, there is some sort of discrimination for cab drivers. But most drivers who accept special pay rates are "unpaid task-based" which allows them to skip, and then come back to pay another fare on top of the one they are previously paying. The problem is not unique to New York City. State law allows a smaller portion of Pennsylvania drivers to take advantage of the state's twice-weekly ambulance services, and New Jersey's emergency services are surprisingly the same as New York City's.

 

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When you look up the fare estimates for Uber in New York, United States - it looks fairly familiar. There is a base fare, a charge per mile and a charge per minute. It looks like the pricing structure you know well from all the miles you have logged in New York, NY cabs. But Uber Fare Estimator actually uses a bit different pricing model. Uber taxis in New York, NY charge riders per mile when moving, and per minute when idling. Even so, Uber rates do beat cab fares in New York, NY.

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If you add a tip of 20% to the New York, NY cab fares, Uber looks like an even better deal and beats out other New York, NY taxis' prices.

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