Business Insider is reporting that the ride-hailing company Uber will be launching a new app in the coming weeks, the first of which will let drivers rent out their vehicles on the company’s platform.
This is a significant step towards the company becoming a true competitor in the mobile-vehicle space.
Uber already offers a mobile app for its platform called Uber for Work.
This app is an “integrated application” that allows Uber drivers to book and pay for their trips.
The company has said that it plans to roll out a new mobile app in 2018, and this will include a feature that allows the driver to book their own ride from a smartphone app, the Wall Street Journal reports.
As the company has done with its Uber for Business app, Uber will allow drivers to pay a fee upfront for their own rides.
This fee is set by the driver, and is a percentage of the amount of time the driver has booked the trip.
The app will include two features: an auto-pilot mode that lets drivers “follow” other vehicles on-board the truck, and a feature where drivers can set a minimum time between rides to avoid overbooking.
The driver can also set a “preferred time” for each ride.
In addition to its Uber service, Uber also has a fleet of UberX cars that drivers can rent for short trips.
This service also allows the company to book trips with a low upfront fee.
Drivers are already able to book a ride with the company, but the company is looking to expand its mobile service to allow drivers and passengers to book individual trips on their own.
This could potentially be an additional way for Uber to compete with Lyft, another ride-sharing platform that has had success in the area.
Uber has been one of the top three ride-services in terms of overall revenues, with the firm’s earnings increasing by around $5 billion since it started offering its service in 2016.
While the company still needs to increase its revenue, its market cap is more than quadrupled from 2016 to 2017, and it’s currently valued at $70 billion.