The service allows riders to book an auto and its driver for several hours with the liberty to make multiple stops along a journey
Uber on Wednesday launched an on-demand 24×7 Auto Rentals service in India.The service allows riders to book an auto and its driver for several hours with the liberty to make multiple stops along a journey, it said in a statement. The service is now live in Bengaluru and is available in Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Pune, it said. Prices start at ₹169 for a one-hour/ ten km package with the option of selecting from multiple hourly packages that can be booked up to a maximum of eight hours, the statement said.Commenting on the new service,Nitish Bhushan, Head of Marketplace & Categories, Uber India and South Asia, said, “This is an India-first innovation and a prime example of how we leverage technology to benefit both riders and drivers.”
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