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LONDON (Reuters) – Uber is launching a loyalty programme for the Uk’s drivers, and provides a free of charge training programmes, roadside assistance, and discounts on car servicing, the cab app, said it is only a few months after it is received, and only a short licence, in London.
Regulator Transport for London (TfL), which has previously been stripped from the Silicon Valley-based company, which is the right to work in 2017, when he gave the Uber to a two-month licence on a Tuesday, instead of the maximum five-year period. Also, the new safety requirements.
Uber Pro, which is a tiered loyalty program designed to reward the efforts of the drivers, even though it is active in many countries, but it is now coming to the Uk, where Uber has around 60,000 truck drivers, as part of a phased roll-out will be completed in January.
“What We want to do more to help drivers and their families who are building toward their future,” said Uber General Manager for uk and Ireland, Melinda Roylett.
Rewards, such as free training courses, vehicle inspections, also known as a New, 24/7 roadside assistance, and discounts on auto maintenance are all available, depending on the level of a driver is achieved, and is dependent on factors, such as the ratings and the number of trips.
Uber has made a number of changes to the business model of the past two years, in an effort to appease the regulators are concerned.
Reporting by Costas Pitas; editing by Stephen Addison