How to Check Your Uber Rating
As you probably know I’m a huge fan of Uber. In fact, I’ve taken over 100 Ubers in over a dozen countries and on four continents. Not only have they cut my transportation costs down by almost 40% (when using uberX), but they’ve also made it so much easier to arrange a ride. No more waiting on hold, giving out my address or standing out in the street to hail a taxi. In fact, I recently wrote a post featuring 10 Uber tips that will totally improve your next experience.
Another Uber trick I just picked up is how to check your Uber passenger rating. I’m always looking at my drivers’ Uber rating to see if they’ll be good or not and I often ask them what mine is. Rarely do they tell me, but now I don’t need them to thanks to these simple instructions below courtesy of PCWorld:
- Open the Uber app
- Click the option button in the top left of the menu
- Select “help” then “account”
- Tap “I’d like to know my rating”
- Select that and then on the following screen hit submit
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