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If you've taken an Uber or Lyft lately, you may have paid a sky-high fare. And things aren't going to change anytime soon.

Sean Green recently took a trip to surprise his mom for her 60th birthday. But the real surprise for Green was the cost of his Uber trip from LAX to his home in Eagle Rock: $ It used to cost around $

"I was so steamed, I was so mad," said Green.

Diane Murphy paid nearly $ for her 12 mile ride home from LAX. She says it was a $70 jump from the usual fare.

"I would have, at that point, called my son, who lives a mile from the airport, and said 'Would you like to make 80 bucks and pick up your mom from the airport?'"

So what's going on? Chris Gerace, a rideshare driver and contributor to the industry blog "The Rideshare Guy" says it comes down to supply and demand. He says when the pandemic hit, and passengers dried up, drivers fled the platform. But now that California is opening back up, people are going places and wanting rides, but drivers haven't returned.

Gerace says there are a few reasons why: unemployment benefits are better than their paychecks; they don't feel safe enough yet; or they've switched to driving for food delivery platforms instead, that don't require close customer contact. Gerace says it'll be awhile before drivers come back.

"Know that this isn't going to be something that's solved in the near future," he said. "This is going to be a number of months." Both Lyft and Uber told the I-Team they're aware of the driver shortage and they're trying to lure back drivers with incentives, like bonuses.

Jerome Gage is a driver and showed us how the new bonuses work -- drivers can earn extra cash for picking up riders in high demand areas.

"I have to be incredibly picky about when I drive because the wages are so low," said Gage. "So unless they're offering a bonus on a ride, I'm generally inclined to decline it." Many drivers are saying the job simply doesn't pay like it used to. So more of them are staying off the road. Which means these higher Lyft and Uber prices could be reality for some time to come.

And that could convince passengers to return to a life without rideshare. That's what Green's done.

"I went to LAX again recently and paid for airport parking and didn't bother with Uber," he said.

Both Green and Murphy say their high fares weren't fully disclosed by Uber, so they disputed them with the company. Green got his money back; Murphy didn't. Uber and Lyft both told the I-Team they're fully disclosing fares before passengers accept a ride.

Sours: https://www.nbclosangeles.com/investigations/rideshare-prices-increase-uber-lyft-pricing//
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What is Uber?


Uber is an on-demand car service that allows users to request a ride through their Android or iPhone app. Once a driver is signaled through the app, it usually takes less than 10 minutes for a car to arrive at your door. During this brief wait period, Uber allows you to track the cars location so you know exactly when to expect its arrival. The app provides a cashless payment process by charging all Uber rides to an on file credit card attached to your account. One thing to note though, sometimes Uber enacts surge pricing during peak travel times, meaning your fare could double, triple, or even cost you up to 7X the normal amount! On the plus side, when surge pricing is in effect you will be notified within the app before you request a ride. Uber is currently available in 67 countries!


What rideshare services does Uber offer?


UberX

Uber's budget option in the United States. When you select an Uber X car, an everyday car with seating for up to 4 people will arrive to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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Uber POP

Uber’s budget option in Europe, and nearly identical to their Uber X option within the United States. When you select an Uber POP car, an everyday car with seating for up to 4 people will arrive to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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UberXL

The Uber X for SUV’s. While a typical UberX car can only seat up to 4 people, an Uber XL will have seating for up to 6 people. Note that this is not the SUV "luxury version," cars are not required to be black or high-end.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Dodge Caravan &#; Kia Sorrento &#; Toyota Highlander

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Uber Black

Uber’s original luxury service. When you select an Uber Black car, a high-end sedan with seating for up to 4 people will arrive to pick you up. While you will ride in style, the price for an Uber Black car is significantly higher than an Uber X. Unlike cheaper Uber services, Uber Black drivers must also have city-specific airport permits (when required) and commercial registration and insurance.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Executive Lincoln Towncar &#; Mercedes S-Class &#; Infiniti Q70 &#; BMW 5-Series, 7-Series &#; Cadillac XTS &#; Lexus LS

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UberSUV

Luxury SUV option. This is one of Uber’s more expensive (in most cities, most expensive) option. When you select Uber SUV, a high end SUV with seating for up to 6 people will arrive to pick you up. Unlike cheaper Uber services, Uber SUV drivers must insurance.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Cadillac Escalade &#; Chevrolet Suburban &#; Lincoln Navigator &#; GMC Yukon XL &#; Infiniti QX80 &#; Mercedes GL-Class &#; Lexus LX

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Uber Taxi

This is your typical taxi. Uber has an agreement with some taxi cab companies allowing you to book a typical taxi but pay through the Uber app.

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Uber LUX

Only available in a few cities worldwide. It is Uber’s ultimate luxury car service and they only accept the top models from a few luxury brands.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Mercedes-Benz S-Class &#; BMW 7 Series &#; Audi A8 &#; Porsche Panamera &#; Tesla Model S &#; Range Rover

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Uber EXEC

This is Uber’s corporate service for those who want a chic yet understated alternative to Uber LUX. Uber EXEC is typically a mid-tier car with seating for up to 4 people. This service is only currently only available in the UK and Singapore.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Mercedes E Class &#; BMW 5 Series &#; Audi A6

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Uber WAV

UberWAV is Uber’s wheelchair accessible vehicle service which allows riders with relevant disabilities to request wheelchair accessible vehicles. When an UberWAV is ordered, a vehicle equipped with a ramp or a lift will pick you and your party up. Pricing for UberWAV is typically similar to the prices of an Uber XL car.

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Uber SELECT

Uber’s UberSelect service is very similar to Uber Black except with UberSelect the car does not have to be black. It’s a step above UberX, yet slightly below the prices of UberBlack. When you request an UberSelect a higher end sedan with seating for up to 4 people will pick you up. One fun requirement is that the vehicle must have leather seats!

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

BMW &#; Lexus &#; Mercedes &#; Audi &#; Infiniti

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Uber ESPAÑOL

UberEspañol is the same service as UberX except the driver is guaranteed to speak Spanish for the customers benefit. When you select an UberEspañol car, an everyday car with seating for up to 4 people will arrive to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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Uber ASSIST

Uber’s UberAssist service is designed to provide additional assistance and support to seniors and people with disabilities. UberAssist Drivers are specifically trained by Open Doors Organization to assist riders into vehicles that can accommodate folding wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters. UberASSIST pricing is the same as UberX.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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Uber PLUS

UberPlus is a step above UberX, yet slightly below the prices of UberBlack. When you order an UberPlus you can expect a midrange car with seating for up to 4 people to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

BMW 3 Series &#; Mercedes-Benz C-Class &#; Audi A4

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Uber ENGLISH

UberEnglish is the same service as UberX except the driver is guaranteed to speak English for the customers benefit. When you select an UberEnglish car, an everyday car with seating for up to 4 people will arrive to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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Uber GO

UberGo is Uber’s cheapest option in India. UberGo is even cheaper than the more well-known UberX or UberPOP. When you order an UberGO, a chauffeur-driven hatchback like an Etios Liva or Maruti Ritz will arrive to pick you up. Uber claims their UberGo service is even cheaper than a traditional auto-rickshaw.

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Uber PEDAL

Uber Pedal allows you to request an UberX car that is equipped with a Saris bike rack (fits up to two bicycles), so you can easily go from 2 wheels to 4! Pricing for Uber Pedal is the same as UberX with a $5 surcharge added on for the convenience of the bicycle rack.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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Uber WINE

UberWine is a specialty service of Uber’s that connects riders who would like to do a wine tour in the Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo regions with drivers who are knowledgeable about the wine country. There is no time or distance limit with UberWine, you get to pick how long you would like your driver for and which vineyards you would like to visit. When you choose UberWine a standard car with seating for up to 6 people will arrive to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Toyota Prius &#; Honda CRV &#; Ford Escape &#; Nissan Maxima &#; Toyota Camry &#; Honda Accord &#; Ford Escort &#; Nissan Altima &#; Honda Civic &#; Mazda 3

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Uber WINE XL

UberWine XL is a specialty service of Uber’s that connects riders who would like to do a wine tour in the Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo regions with drivers who are knowledgeable about the wine country. There is no time or distance limit with UberWine, you get to pick how long you would like your driver for and which vineyards you would like to visit. When you choose UberWine a SUV car with seating for up to 6 people will arrive to pick you up.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Dodge Caravan &#; Kia Sorrento &#; Toyota Highlander

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Uber WIFI

Uber WIFI gives you free Wifi access on your ride. When you use Uber Wifi, a high-end car will pick you up with room for up to four people.

Some of the vehicles you might ride in when using are:

Executive Lincoln Towncar &#; Mercedes S-Class &#; Infiniti Q70 &#; BMW 5-Series, 7-Series &#; Cadillac XTS &#; Lexus LS

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Lyft And Uber Prices Are High. Wait Times Are Long And Drivers Are Scarce

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Jenny Park landed recently at Los Angeles International Airport from New York and planned to take an Uber home to her place in the Highland Park neighborhood.

Before she ordered the car, she was hit with sticker shock: the trip would be $, or about half the price of her flight from New York.

"Roll my eyes to the back of my head until I can't roll them anymore," Park said. "Like literally that's how I felt."

She tried Lyft. The fare was not much different.

Both ride-hailing apps predicted cars would not reach Park for a half hour.

"It's supposed to be like a taxi service that's supposed to be convenient," Park said. "But a 30 minute wait is not convenient."

Not convenient, but it is the new ride-hailing app norm: Pricey fares and extended waits, as Lyft and Uber grapple with a driver shortage that has riders feeling the pain and the companies sweetening the pot to entice more drivers on the road.

The companies are offering one-time signing bonuses for new drivers and other cash perks for completing additional trips. But the incentives aren't solving the problem.

In some cities, Uber and Lyft prices are up 79% from pre-pandemic levels, according to analytics firm Gridwise Inc.

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi acknowledges that prices are stiffer, though he said outside estimates were exaggerated. He said in a series of tweets in June that fares have leapt just 30%, pointing out that driver pay also jumped by 37%.

"Drivers increasingly want to get back on the road,"Khosrowshahi told investors on an earnings call on Wednesday. "But in major cities like New York, San Francisco and LA, demand continues to outpace supply and prices and wait times remain above our comfort levels."

Lyft CFO Brian Roberts told investors this week that the driver crunch is not expected to be a long-term challenge.

"We do expect that you'll see folks who like the independence from gig work to come back to rideshare," Roberts said, pointing out that right now "it's a very lucrative to drive."

Who benefits most from higher fares, Uber and Lyft or drivers?

Whether these higher Lyft and Uber fares are translating into better pay for drivers depends on how the numbers are dissected. A majority of some dozen Los Angeles drivers interviewed by NPR said their earnings were up, but it was due to bonuses for reaching trip quotas, not because they were pocketing the extra cost of every individual trip.

Harry Campbell, founder of the Rideshare Guy, which frequently surveys ride-share drivers, said overall driver pay has reached a five-year high, not just in big cities, but in smaller markets, too.

Drivers are earning more, but Campbell said Uber is raking in the most from the steep fares.

For instance, for a fare that's $ instead of the normal$50 because of peak customer demand, the driver is not making double, even though the rider is charged twice the typical fare.

Campbell said in this situation, Uber drivers are no longer paid a percentage of the cost of the trip. Instead, Uber pays drivers a set amount for the time and distance of the drive, plus a bonus if demand is high. In other words, when drivers are most needed, their pay is decoupled from what customers are paying.

"Uber is making a big percentage on this ride," Campbell said. "The worry is that Uber will keep increasing their take over time since there is no transparency."

Gad Allon, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School who studies the gig economy, said if riders want drivers to be paid better over the long-term, then they will need to adjust to costlier trips.

For years, Lyft and Uber have kept passenger fares relatively low. It has been part of a strategy to capture market share and made possible by generous, long-term funding from venture capitalists. But the companies have struggled to show investors they can be profitable. Allon said meeting that goal, while also upping driver earnings, will most likely mean higher prices for the foreseeable future.

"We can't complain to Lyft and Uber that we're paying more and also demand that drivers get paid more," Allon said. "We just got used to investors subsidizing our cheap rides from point A to point B. That's not sustainable."

Unhappy riders and new stresses for drivers

In Los Angeles, driver Jafet Gomez said most riders complain to him about the higher prices and long wait times.

Gomez is new to gig work. His dad, an Uber driver, got a $ bonus from the company for convincing his son to get behind the wheel.

Now Gomez, who is a mechanical engineering student, is driving an Uber as his summer job. Twelve hours a day.

"It's quite bad for your body. Because you're sitting for a long time, non-stop," Gomez said.

His body aches and feels stiff. He understand why, in the pandemic, many just got sick of driving for a living.

"And then once you get home, you're tired, you don't want to do anything, so I do get it," he said.

The job has become more intense with so few drivers out on the road. Across town, Roger Lara says he's zig-zagging all over the city topick up passengers.It's Los Angeles. So that means traffic-clogged journeys in a city of endless sprawl.

"Sometimes one ride will take you to the mountains, and guess what? You got an hour by yourself back. And how much gas are you going to waste?" he said.

Lara and two of his friends who are Lyft and Uber drivers think they have a solution:They're quitting to become truck drivers.

But for people calling Lyfts and Ubers right now, it is kind of a disaster. Or as rider Jenny Park put it: "It's a s*** show."

The steep fares have pushed Park to plan more carpooling, to avoid ride-sharing altogether, and to use public transit. The prices are even pushing her to consider the industry Lyft and Uber upended.

"Lately," she said. "I'm really thinking more seriously about getting into yellow cabs."

Sours: https://www.npr.org//08/07//lyft-and-uber-prices-are-high-wait-times-are-long-and-drivers-are-scarce

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Taxi rates UberLos Angeles, CA

 

UberXL

Base fare: $1
Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $5

Black SUV

Base fare: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $10

Pool

Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $5

UberX

Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $5

Español

Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $5

Select

Base fare: $5
Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $10

Black

Base fare: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $10

Assist

Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $5

WAV

Booking fee: $
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $
Cancellation fee: $5

Lux

Base fare: $20
Cost per min: $
Cost per mile: $

Minimum charge: $30
Cancellation fee: $10

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When you look up the fare estimates for Uber in Los Angeles, California, 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 Los Angeles, CA cabs. But Uber Fare Estimator actually uses a bit different pricing model. Uber taxis in Los Angeles, CA charge riders per mile when moving, and per minute when idling. Even so, Uber rates do beat cab fares in Los Angeles, CA.

It's also important to note that you don't have to tip your Uber taxi driver. And most people do tip their Los Angeles, CA taxi driver.

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

Lyft is a competitor to Uber. Compare Uber vs Lyft in Los Angeles, CA pricing details on official Lyft rates provider Lyft Rates Los Angeles.

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