Home » Lifestyle » Uber expands 'name-your-price' feature to more California cities
Uber expands 'name-your-price' feature to more California cities
Postmates sale to Uber had ‘very, very high price tag’: Fortune editor
Fortune executive editor Adam Lashinsky shares his insights on Uber buying Postmates and on Walgreens joining hundreds of other companies in the Facebook ad boycott.
Uber is rolling its name-your-price feature out to drivers in San Francisco, Modesto, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo in an effort to "further increase drivers’ flexibility and protect access to independent work," according to a blog post.
Continue Reading Below
The name-your-price feature allows Uber drivers to set their own fares, from as little as half to as much as five times the ride-hailing company's standard time and distance rates. Drivers can set fares based on 10 percent increments or they can use Uber's standard default rate.