uberFAMILY: For Parents On The Go

We get it — parenting in New York City is no cakewalk. Between the schlepping, the five-story walk-ups, and chaotic city streets, getting around with your child isn’t easy.

Uber is making your life easier with uberFAMILY, the on-demand car seat option for parents on the go. With the touch of a button and a $10 surcharge, you can get around the city with your child safely buckled up.


Enter promo code UBERFAMILY10 in your Uber app to get $10 off your first uberFAMILY ride


  1. Open your Uber app
  2. Request ‘CAR SEAT,’ located above the uberX option
  3. Ride with your child safely buckled up in a car seat


Uber is teamed up with The Car Seat Lady’s Dr. Alisa Baer, who trains our highest-rated uberX partner drivers on how to safely secure the IMMI Go car seats. When you request uberFAMILY, expect not only a car seat, but a professional driver who has been certified by The Car Seat Lady.

PRICING: Rates for uberFAMILY will be the same as uberX, plus a $10 surcharge.

VEHICLE OPTIONS: uberFAMILY is available for uberX in NYC. If your traveling in Philly or DC, you’ll find even more options for your Uber family.

CHILD ELIGIBILITY: uberFAMILY provides one forward-facing car seat for a child who is at least (a) 12 months old AND (b) 22 lbs. AND (c) 31 inches. A child is too big at 48 lbs. or 52 inches.

BEFORE YOU RIDE: Please visit our Parent FAQ Page to find important information about the IMMI Go car seat and uberFAMILY.



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