Business Daily Kenya:
Uber drivers said yesterday they are on strike to demand for higher rates for their services.
Speaking in Nairobi yesterday, Digital Taxis Association Chairman David Dawoud said drivers are ‘not doing much money’ after Uber’s recent fare reviews amid increasing cost of fuel along with operations. Fares are based on a combination of base fare, trip time along with distance travelled.
“Uber has reduced fares in many different countries across the globe along with the impact has almost always been an increase inside number of trips by fresh along with existing riders along with, in many cases, higher than average net earnings for driver-partners. Uber succeeds when our partners succeed,” said the firm’s spokesperson.
The post Uber drivers demand higher commissions appeared first on Mediamax Network Limited.
daily post kenya news, k24 live, media max, bdafrica, nse Kenya, epaper, business daily Kenya
Uber drivers demand higher commissions