How to take Pool trips
Pool trips are shared between riders. Multiple riders, multiple fares—and more time spent on the road instead of waiting for requests.
How Pool works
Pool is an economical way for riders to share trips with others. For drivers like you, it helps you spend more time earning and less time holding for the next trip.
1. Tap to accept the trip as you normally would.
2. If you receive other ride requests headed in generally the same direction and they’re accepted, they’ll be added to the Pool trip.
3. As you drive, you make money from your first pickup to your last dropoff.
Pool with short walks
Some Pool riders may be asked to walk a short distance to you. That helps make pickups faster, because you’ll avoid taking a detour. Don’t worry—the trip will work the same in your Driver app, and the rider is not too far away.
Frequently asked questions
- Is Pool available in my town?
Pool is available in many areas and growing all the time. You’ll know if Pool is part of your local Uber experience as you begin to see the requests in your Driver app.
- When will I start seeing Pool requests in the app?
You’ll get Pool requests after you’ve been driving for a while with Uber. This may vary depending on your location and how often you drive every day.
- Do I earn a fare per rider, or per stop?
Pickup fares are applied for each additional pickup stop, not each rider. If 2 separate riders are at the same pickup point, you'll earn one fare.
- How do I see my Pool earnings for each trip?
You can go to Earnings in your Driver app and tap the link at the bottom to see a detailed breakdown of each individual Pool trip.
- Do Pool trips count toward promotions?
Yes, each leg of your Pool trip will count toward your trip promotions.
- How do I stop getting ride requests?
If you’re not on a trip, tap Go Offline. While on a trip, if you don’t want to get any more requests, tap Stop New Requests.
The information 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