Halloween Pro Tips
With the potential to make more money and great
people costume watching, Halloween is a big night for driver-partners. Read on for some tips on how to maximize your night.
Avoid picking up the wrong rider by asking for their name and then verifying it with the name in the app. If you do pick up the wrong person, let us know and we’ll help sort it out.
Did someone leave their fangs in your car? Snap a picture of any lost items and get in contact with the rider.
Don’t get spooked by a mess in your car. We suggest bringing wet wipes with you or putting a sheet on the seats to keep the fake blood, zombie paint, and glitter to a minimum. Mistakes can still happen though, and you can request a cleaning fee if your car requires significant cleaning or repairs.
When communicating with riders via the Uber app, your phone number is masked. For everyone’s safety and privacy, we suggest only connecting with passengers via the app.
It’s no secret that you may come across intoxicated riders on Halloween. If you feel uncomfortable, enlist the help of a sober (or less drunk) rider. If you observe behavior that may be in violation of the Code of Conduct, email us or call your local emergency services, if necessary.
Riders aren’t the only ones who should have fun—it’s your Halloween, too! Whether it’s a clever costume or tuning into our Halloween playlist, feel free to get in the spirit.
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