Uber drivers are increasingly choosing to work from home, and many of them are now working from their phones to make sure that customers have a safe ride.
The service has been criticized for charging extra fees for customers with smartphones, and drivers are trying to find ways to make the business profitable without sacrificing safety.
In an effort to make up for the lost revenue, drivers are starting to use their phones as a safety net.
Uber says its drivers are now using their phones less, and more of them now use their mobile devices to order rides.
The number of drivers using their smartphones has tripled in the past year, according to Uber.
Drivers are using their iPhones as a tool to get around when it comes to safety, and they’re using it to order Uber-style rides.
Some Uber drivers use their iPhones to order the Uber app to get the customer to a specific place.
This is where they get their order.
Uber has become a magnet for thieves, and the company has taken steps to prevent customers from using its app to order a ride.
However, the company says it has no way to know who is using its platform to order from, and it has taken measures to ensure that customers don’t order rides that they can’t return.
This article originally appeared on The Wall St. Journal’s Business section.