Uber, a company that lets people rent cars online and pick them up in cities around the world, says it’s making its car rental business a bit easier in Europe.
Its new app, UberRides, has become available in Europe, where Uber has its headquarters, and allows users to book a car and pick it up within seconds.
The company has partnered with the city of Munich to offer rides in a variety of locations in the city, including the city’s central train station and a pedestrian bridge.
The app is available in German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch.
UberRiders allows customers to book up to four cars and pick up at their location.
If you have a car rental contract with the car rental company, Uber can use the information to get an estimate on how long the rental will take.
It will also inform the company of any cancellations, if there is a delay.
If UberRights is cancelled, the UberRide will show up as unbookable and the user can cancel the service at any time.
Uber says that it will continue to use the same booking service it uses in North America.
For more, read The New World of UberRiding.
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