Understanding your earnings can help you plan your day. The app has tools that can help you keep track of your earnings, see totals in real time, get details about a specific trip, compare weeks, and more.
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You'll earn based on the time and distance of each trip.
Base fare is based on the time and distance driven per trip.
Check the heat map in your app to find out when and where rider demand is high, so you can potentially earn more.
Your time is valuable. When a rider cancels more than 2 minutes after you've accepted their trip, you'll be paid either the standard cancellation fee or the actual time and distance you spent driving toward the pickup, whichever amount is more.
This fee helps fund things like app development, customer support, and payment processing.
Riders pay a booking fee to help cover safety, regulatory, and operational costs such as insurance.
You can see your toll payment in the Earnings section in your app. It will also appear in your weekly statement. Uber’s service fee is not applied to tolls. If an electronic toll pass is available in your area, it can help you breeze through toll booths.
Once you complete a trip, if you don't see the toll in your trip details, request a toll review. Go to Help, select Trip Issues and Adjustments, then Issues with my fare, and choose My toll or parking fee wasn't included in my fare.
Riders can tip you directly through the app for great service. You can see total tips in your weekly summary. No service fees are applied to tips.
The app can help you be more efficient with your time on the road.
Earnings vary weekly and monthly. They depend on the number of trips you take, where and when you drive, and other marketplace factors. For a closer look at how earnings are calculated, go here.
The app has powerful features to help you make the most of your time on the road. Trip Planner lets you see upcoming promotions and hourly trends to inform you of potential earning opportunities nearby.
Increase your chances of getting more trips by turning on Uber Eats (if available in your area) during mealtimes.
After every trip, riders can easily tip you directly in the app. Uber never takes a service fee from your tips.
Uber charges a service fee for trips made through the app to help fund our platform's operations and to support innovation that enables us to serve more people.
You can see a quick earnings overview at the top of the app. You can tap your earning cards and swipe right and left to see your daily and weekly earnings at a glance. You can also get more details in the Earnings section of the app.
During certain busy times, surge may appear on the map as red, orange, and yellow. To earn fares with surge rates, drive to the colored areas, stay online, and accept your next trip. Surge amounts will be applied once you complete your surge trip.
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