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Your UBER rating can have you booted


UBER rating  – While the readers concerned about 4.5 to 4.8 ratings have nothing to worry about, riders with much lower ratings are at risk of having drivers decline their ride request. This can leave you with longer wait times, and — if your rating drops too low — there’s the risk of being booted from UBER completely.

UBER allows its passengers to rate drivers on a five-star system, but few passengers realise that they are also being rated by drivers. … However, UBER also allows drivers to rate passengers.

What’s a good uber passenger rating?

The average passenger ratings are different from city to city. With that said, most drivers feel the average passenger rating is about 4.6. Perhaps we will venture a guess with this scale: Around 4.70~4.90 is good.

What is my UBER passenger rating?

See your rating. How you find your rider rating varies by service. After you’ve taken at least five Uber trips, open the app and touch the menu icon – the three horizontal lines in the top left corner of your smartphone screen – and your rating is the number displayed under your name, such as 4.6.

How to improve your UBER rating:

  1. Be ready when your driver arrives. …
  2. This isn’t the time to rehearse your DJ set. …
  3. Location, location, location. …
  4. Put your phone down. …
  5. Don’t slam doors. …
  6. Mind your manners. …
  7. Stick to the number of people that’ll fit in the car. …
  8. Avoid being a backseat driver.
UBER drivers do not see their tip amounts until after they have rated you. In fact,UBER drivers have to rate their passengers before they can even accept another fare. In the UBER driver app the driver must swipe to complete the ride and at that point they are immediately taken to a ratings screen.

Should I sit in the back of an uber?

Hopping in. Depending on the driver, he or she may open the door for you and load your luggage. … Most passengers hop into the rear seats and often sit diagonal from the driver. But if you prefer to ride in the front seat, check with your driver if that’s cool.
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Rebecca Perez Publisher and Founder of Gossy magazine

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