Introducing the Uber NJ Partner Support Center
Above: Maureen (New Jersey driver-partner since July 2014), Ravinder Bhalla (Hoboken City Council President), Dawn Zimmer (Hoboken Mayor), Ana Mahony (Uber NJ General Manager), and Larry (New Jersey Uber rider) at our Partner Support Center ribbon cutting.
Today, we’re excited to announce the opening of our New Jersey Partner Support Center in Hoboken. For the first time since our launch in New Jersey, we’ll have a permanent home where driver-partners can go to receive best-in-class customer service and technical support.
From signing up to drive to asking questions about how to use the app—future and current driver-partners can now visit and rely on the dedicated team in Hoboken for all support needs.
“I have been partnering with Uber for more than a year to earn a great living while being my own boss. I am thrilled to have one place where driver-partners can go for all the help they need to keep offering reliable rides to residents throughout the State.”
– Maureen, NJ uberX driver-partner
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