Where you’ll find it: New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.This kid-friendly program happens to be one of the company’s more complicated value adds. The pricing is simple: A $10 surcharge on Uber X rides will get you one with a car seat for your child. But you’ll have to check this microsite to make sure your child is the right age and weight for the forward-facing seats that Uber is using.
Where you’ll find it: San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara, California; Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico Forget about choosing a designated driver–or overpaying for a chauffeur–to take you from vineyard to vineyard. At least in some destinations, Uber has you covered for an entire day of tastings.(Though you can hire drivers for the day, you still pay $1.25 per mile or 29¢ per minute.)
Where you’ll find it: New Delhi, Hanoi, Bangalore, Ho Chi Minh City, and more UberMoto works just like any other Uber vehicle. You’ll be provided with the make and model of your driver’s motorcycle so you can easily find one another.
And yes, helmets are included where required by law.
Where you’ll find it: Rome, London and Los Angeles In style capitals around the globe, Uber allows riders to book top-tier vehicles–each one inspected to meet certain standards. The basic rules: The car must be among a set of approved makes and models (e.g. Mercedes Benz S or G Class, Porsche Panamera, any Bentley or Maybach), can’t be more than four years old and must have a black interior and exterior. Lux drivers are encouraged to dress professionally, provide bottled water and be able to offer restaurant recommendations. As a rider in Los Angeles, where the pricing is most transparent, you’ll pay a base of $20 for the privilege and four times the local per-minute price.
Where you’ll find it: Lake Tahoe, Park City, Utah, Santiago, Chile. There are just two things you want if you’re hailing an Uber in a ski town: a rack for your gear and all-wheel drive. You’ll get both with UberSki, and you’ll have to pay only about $5 extra for the convenience.
Where you’ll find it: Amsterdam and São Paulo Uber allows drivers to hitch bike racks to their vehicles and offer bike-and-passenger pickups as part of UberBike. The service was introduced in Amsterdam this June and costs an extra 4 in addition to the regular fare.
Where you’ll find it: Mexico City Official this June, you can now travel with your dogs, cats, birds and fish without worrying about potential cleaning fees. There are small minimum tariffs: 70 Mexican pesos (less than $4) for a regular car and roughly $8 for an Uber Black car. Service dogs are exempt from the upcharge.
Where you’ll find it: Istanbul You can zip between Europe and Asia in a small, 6to 8-person yacht–or you can use the service to get to the airport or the nearby Princess Islands for a quintessential day trip
Where you’ll find it: Paris, Porto and Lisbon UberGreen puts a spotlight on electric and hybrid cars, such as the Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius. There’s no surcharge for passengers; a Green ride costs the same as an UberX trip if all other parameters remain unchanged.
Source : The Economic Times (Delhi)