Uber has been in El Salvador for five years since 2017, offering a range of travel options from traditional travel to Uber Planet. /courtesy
Salvadorans have the highest ratings for services offered by the Uber platform in Latin America, the company reports.
El Salvador occupies eighth of the ten highest-scoring markets, with Honduras leading the rankings, followed by Puerto Rico, Paraguay, Jamaica and Argentina.
The highest qualifications are obtained by drivers in Santa Ana, followed by San Salvador and San Miguel.
After completing a ride, Uber users can rate or rate the driver according to their satisfaction. Manuela Bedoya, Uber’s security communications manager for Central America, the Caribbean and the Andes, said:
The evaluation includes aspects such as respect for the driver or user, punctuality at the start of the trip, keeping the vehicle clean, using the route suggested by the application, providing the correct address, and wearing a face mask at risk. included. of infection from covid-19.
Uber started operations in El Salvador in May 2017, but its only driving partner was in San Salvador. Later it spread to San Miguel and Santa Ana, the most popular cities.
The transportation application has over 30 security tools for both driver partners and users. These options include anonymous calls, a panic button that generates verification codes, and RideCheck, which determines route “anomalies” such as long, unexpected stops via Global Positioning Technology (GPS).