New York City taxis and limousines are now charging $20 for the ride from Manhattan to Manhattan and back.
This Uber-style service has been popping up across the city for the past week, and drivers are being asked to use a special app to charge for the trip.
Uber’s NYC app, called UberX, allows riders to select a route and pick up the driver.
The driver is then required to put in an amount and the fare.
When the fare is picked up, Uber takes the fare and returns it to the customer, with a small tip.
If the rider does not have a bank account or credit card, the rider can choose to pay with cash or credit cards, but Uber says that is only available to riders who do not have accounts or cards.
The drivers say they are also offering tips for customers to make the ride more convenient, such as changing the route, changing the fare, or even switching the driver, to make it more efficient.
“I just don’t want people getting sick or getting tired and we can’t do that,” one driver told The Associated Press.
“The driver is a human.
He’s a human, and it’s his fault if he’s not working.”
The driver said he usually takes a fare of $2.25, which he says is the minimum rate to get a ride.
According to Uber, this new feature is not a violation of the company’s Terms of Service.
Drivers say they expect to charge customers between $1.60 and $2 per ride.
The ride service is expected to be popular with tourists and tourists visiting the city.