Uber has announced a new fee for new drivers, which could mean a new Uber app, driver background checks, and a whole new set of headaches for drivers.
The new fees are expected to be rolled out in late October.
The new fee, called the “cost of a driver,” will include a $2.50 “plate fee,” which is a small amount of money that drivers will be charged when they register with Uber.
This fee is designed to incentivize more drivers to register with the service, which Uber says is a big reason why its business is booming.
Uber says the fee will help fund driver training and a $1.50 per hour “guaranteed fare.”
It is not yet clear what the new fee will be for a new taxi or limo driver.
Uber has also said that it is not adding a new fare to the existing Uber app.
Uber is a global service that allows its users to hail and pick up passengers.
Drivers also use the app to book rides and pay for gas, food, and other services.
The service is growing rapidly and has seen a rapid increase in adoption in the last year.
In April, Uber announced that it was planning to expand its network of vehicles.
This expansion includes the purchase of up to five new vehicles a day, and the introduction of a new app to help drivers book rides.
Uber will begin operating in Boston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles by the end of the year.