UBER Is Testing SPOT So You Can Easily Spot Your Driver

Posted: Dec 4 2015, 9:37am CST | by , Updated: Dec 4 2015, 1:20pm CST, in News | Technology News

UBER Is Testing SPOT So You Can Easily Spot Your Driver

Uber will let you spot your driver easily!

Uber is the favorite app that instantly provides you with a taxi, private car or rideshare through your mobile phone.

Uber is currently experimenting with a new way to detect your driver’s vehicle.

The testing is under process in the home region of Seattle. The company has equipped some of the drivers’ vehicle with a colored bar-form of the tag named as SPOT.

The spot will shine in various colors to let passengers easily know their desired vehicle.

Currently, you can identify your ride by model of the car, color or the tag number.

The problem in identification is the issue for all because most of the people cannot distinguish cars by models.

Also, there can be two different cars of the same model and same color. What would you do then?

The only way left for people to spot their ride is to focus on the number plate in midst of blinding traffic.

Even if you have a very strong eye sight; there is one problem here too.

Some states don’t allot front plates to their cars, so the plan flops here again!

Now, with this new SPOT way, a passenger can easily select a color for a ride.

Also, a passenger can now tap and hold the screen and can wave to the driver in exchange.

This way a driver will easily find the potential customer. The new plan from UBER will help the passengers from getting into wrong cars.

Also, the entire frenzy of calling and then again waiting for the passenger will be eliminated due to this new addition.

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