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.
Fast, flexible rides
When and where WAV is available, rides are requested on demand, and work around your life, not the other way around.
Trips that fit your budget
The price of a WAV ride is the same as a similar uberX trip, our basic ride option.
Specialized drivers to assist you
Every WAV driver has completed a certification course offered by a third party to help you enter and exit the vehicle.
Yes. You can bring as many companions as there are seats with seat belts available in the car.
Yes. It is illegal and against our policy for a driver to not allow your service animal into their car.
WAV is currently pilot testing in Chicago, DC, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Phoenix, Houston, Austin, Toronto, the UK, Bangalore, Paris, and Newcastle (Australia).
How to ride with WAV
Open the app and enter your destination in the "Where to?" box. Once you confirm your pickup and destination addresses are correct, select WAV at the bottom of your screen (a promo code is required in some cities). Then tap Confirm WAV.
If a WAV driver is available and accepts your ride request, you’ll see your driver’s picture and vehicle details and can track their arrival on the map.
Check that the vehicle details match what you see in the app before getting in your WAV.
Your driver has your destination and directions for the fastest way to get there, but you can always request a specific route.
3. Exit the vehicle
You'll be automatically charged through your payment method on file, so you can exit your WAV as soon as you arrive.
Remember to rate your driver to help keep Uber safe and enjoyable for everyone.
*WAV is only available in select markets. Riders who use folding wheelchairs can request a ride in all other options available via the Uber app. Drivers are expected to accommodate riders using walkers, canes, folding wheelchairs, or other assistive devices. For more, see accessibility.uber.com.
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.