When you finish an Uber trip you rate the driver from one to five stars.
The Uber operations team use this rating to manage the quality of their drivers.
What you might not know is the Uber driver also rates you – the Uber rider – from one to five stars.
Here’s how to find out your Uber rating:
- Open the Uber app
- Select the home icon (looks like a hamburger)
- Select Help
- Select Account
- Select I’d like to know my rating
- Select Submit
The screen between step 5 and 6 reads:
After each trip, riders and drivers are given the opportunity to rate one another based on their trip experience.
The rating system works to make sure that the most respectful riders and drivers are using Uber. Ratings are always reported as averages, and neither riders nor drivers will see the individual rating left for a particular trip.
You may learn your average rating by tapping Submit below.
If you haven’t tried Uber yet, here’s some Free Uber Credit to get you going.
If you’re already on Uber and still hungry for more statistics, then find out how many rides, distance and time you’ve spent in Ubers.
PS My Uber ride rating is 4.88 for my 543 rides with a total of 7,523 kilometres.
I am an avid and regular reader of many blogs, the knowledge that people share about their life and work is incredibly valuable to me.
I look back at my two blog posts for 2012 and I feel embarrased at the small amount I contributed to the blogosphere. Of course, I do tweet regularly, but 140 characters limits the information I share.
Therefore, I have decided to start blogging properly. At a minimum from now on I will blog at a least once a month on topics including business, strategy, eCommerce, family, life, friends, and who knows what else.
Some of the blogs I regularly read include: Trevor Young, Darren Rowse, Justine Bloome, Steve Sammartino, Jane Mills, Valerie Koo, Jim Stewart, Sean Callanan, eCommerce Outtakes, Simon Pollock, Seth Godin, and many more.
Wish me luck!