Uber has unveiled a new ride-sharing service in the Indian capital: auto rickshaws.
The three-wheeled vehicles are popular in the country, so Uber announced Thursday that they would be available, for cash only, in the Indian capital:
Users can hail the autos via the Uber app and then pay with cash at the end of the ride.
“Autos are an iconic and ubiquitous part of the Delhi landscape and we are excited to have them as another option on the Uber platform,” the company posted on its website.
Uber has had trouble in India in the past, most notably for the alleged rape of a female passenger by her driver. The app has since installed a panic button.
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