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Uber in India has more two- and three-wheeler ride demand than cabs

Introduced in 2019, Uber Auto and Uber Moto have seen a three-fold increase in demand after the coronavirus pandemic

Uber, which has grappled with complaints about how it treats drivers for years, has suffered shortages globally. (Photo: Bloomberg)
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There are more takers for Uber Auto and Uber Moto rides than four-wheeler cabs and taxis at present, said Prabhjeet Singh, Uber India President, a media reported.

Introduced in 2019, the services have seen a three-fold increase in demand after the coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking to Hindu BusinessLine, Singh said, "Today, we do more trips in terms of volume in three-wheelers and two-wheelers than we do on four-wheelers. These are large supply pool and large consumers who like the service. There are more autos in the Indian ecosystem than there are commercial cars."

Talking about getting the next 100 million consumers to use Uber,

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First Published: Aug 29 2022 | 5:46 PM IST

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