To allow for more distance between riders and drivers, passengers are no longer allowed to sit in the front seat when riding with Uber. This means every ride requested with Uber will have one less passenger seat available.
The ride options on this page are a sample of Uber’s products, and some might not be available where you use the Uber app. If you check your city’s web page or look in the app, you’ll see what rides you can request.
How to ride with UberXL
Open the app and enter your destination in the field "Where to ?". Once you've entered your pickup address and entered your destination, you'll see the UberXL option in the drop-down menu and a fare estimate.
Once you have confirmed your selection, you will see the driver's picture, all the details of the vehicle and the time of arrival of your driver.
The UberXL fleet includes primarily larger vehicles (e.g., Toyota Prius +), but also classic vans (e.g., Mercedes V-Classes). Make sure the vehicle details match what's in the app before you step into your UberXL.
Your driver knows the fastest way to your destination. Of course, you can enter stopovers in the app.
3. Hop out
When your trip is over, it will be paid automatically using the payment method you have selected. If you have entered a credit card or PayPal, you can conveniently get off.
You can share your fare with your companion via the app. Do not forget to rate your driver so that we can always improve Uber.
The material provided on this web page is intended for informational purposes only and may not be applicable in your country, region, or city. It is subject to change and may be updated without notice.