Transporting an Uber ride to work might feel like a ride on an Uber.
But it’s actually a ride between a home and a home, according to the company’s founder, Travis Kalanick.
The new company is launching a new way to get people from home to work: a new service called Ride-Hailing, the Washington Post reports.
Uber is already offering a service called “Ride” in its app, where people can hail rides and pay.
The company said the new service will allow customers to hail a ride from their home to a home in the middle of nowhere, then use Uber to make a quick one-way trip to work.
Ride-Haying is a way for people who commute to work to get a quick ride home without needing to pay an exorbitant amount of money.
Uber has been experimenting with ways to cut down on the costs of car ownership.
The company launched a smartphone app called Uber for Work in March, which lets users hail rides to and from work, and it also launched a similar service called UberX in June.
Uber’s new service is an attempt to compete with the likes of Lyft and TaskRabbit.
Uber says it wants to make ride-hail services more affordable and provide a way to connect workers and their families to their home.
But the company is also looking to take on the likes and rivals.
“We think there are some big opportunities here that we haven’t even realized yet,” Kalanicks said during an investor call in August.
“There’s no doubt in our minds.”
The ride-sharing service, which currently allows customers to connect with a partner in another country, will be able to start accepting payments on Tuesday, Uber said in a blog post on Monday.
The app will also be launching a “pay-as-you-go” service, Uber says.
Uber does not provide a specific launch date for Ride-Driving, but Kalanickers said it is a key piece of its strategy to keep costs down and cut down the cost of transportation for people with no cars.