Since its establishment, Uber has evolved in more ways than one, from its multiple-choice ride type to delivering fast food. A simple procedure is all it takes to get a ride. The central question is, why to take multiple rides when you can use one ride for one trip and back. There is no formal way of doing it, but there are some steps you can use to get a round trip. There is no discount given for a round trip, but it is less costly than multiple ride trips.
What is a round trip?
It a trip from point A to B, then from B to A through the same route and ride. There is no need to get a different ride for the trip back. It helps you save more. The Uber ride round trip mostly works for a maximum of three destinations.
Adding a new destination when on the go
When you forget to add a third destination or want to change your current destination:
Be sure to add a third destination in time, and failure might lead to the driver getting a new request. Another thing is that the stop on the in-between destination should take no at most three minutes as the driver might not wait longer than that, forcing you to get another ride.
The meter still runs on the stop, meaning that you will get charged for those minutes the driver waits for you. If you plan to run a bank errand or go shopping, this ride may not work for you.
If you have no than one in between destination, for example, from your house to a friend's house, to the mall, then to another friend's house, then back to your home, this kind of a round trip might be more costly. That is why it is advisable to book a new ride back.
For uber, a ride choice such as Uber Pool does not allow for multiple destination rides; however, you can book such a ride from Uber X or any other ride.
You can also visit Uber help pages if you experience any problems in booking a round trip Uber ride. You will access specific tips for your situation and receive assistance from customers facing the same problem.
After thousands of Uber customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together How Do I Book a Round Trip Uber Ride? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Uber if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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