HomeLifestylesWheeling Welcomes Uber! Weelunk Staff August 22, 2017 3 Just over a year ago, Uber first launched in West Virginia, helping residents in Charleston and Morgantown get access to more transportation options and flexible work opportunities. Today, Uber is excited to announce that the service is now available in Wheeling and throughout all of West Virginia. Uber has opened up access to drivers and riders across all of West Virginia. At first, wait times in these new areas may be longer than usual as Uber works to ensure everyone who needs a ride can get one. How it Works: Driving with Uber Set Your Own Schedule West Virginians can drive with Uber anytime, day or night, 365 days a year. It’s always up to the driver when they want to earn money with Uber · Earn more at every turn Trip fares start with a base amount, then increase with time and distance. And when demand is higher than normal, drivers earn more. · The app leads the way Drivers just need to tap and go. They’ll get turn-by-turn directions, tools to help them earn more, and 24/7 support. West Virginians can learn more about becoming an Uber driver HERE More information about the driver app can be found HERE How it Works: Riding with Uber Download the App Download the Uber app on your iOS, Android, or Windows device and set up an account Tap a Button, Get a Ride Choose your ride (affordable uberX and uberXL for larger groups are now available throughout West Virginia) and set your location. The cost of the ride will be shown clearly before you request. You’ll see your driver’s picture and vehicle details, and can track their arrival on the map. You Rate Your Trip, Uber Listens Rate your driver and provide anonymous feedback about your trip. Your input helps us make every ride a 5-star experience. West Virginians can learn more about riding with Uber HERE, including fare estimates and additional information. Video of the rider app can be found HERE Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) 3 Responses INdiaspora August 31, 2017 Congrats on the only ‘jobs’ that have come to Wheeling since the Carter administration. Log in to Reply Yam Rutesellar August 24, 2017 Hope the OVRTA doesn’t stage violent protests. Log in to Reply Lori Lawrence August 23, 2017 ‘ bout time, Wheeling! I believe people will have not only least accidents. And, my hopes, Wheeling persons will have less dui in the area. We’ve got to get the word out, some folks don’t know what Uber is. My personal issue was getting & using the app. Please teach your elders, no more cabs! After that, leave it to Uber! Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.