Our monthly news summary pulls together the latest ridesharing and on-demand driving updates so you’re always on top of your game. Here’s what’s happened in October:

We’ve increased our referral bonus

We’ve got some great news regarding our referral program dedicated to our customers: we’ve increased the amount from £100 to £200 for each person one customer recommends and signs with Splend.
Read more about the referral program

Ultra-low emissions zone is expanding starting 25th October

The ULEZ is an area covering most of central London where vehicles need to meet emissions standards or they must pay a daily charge to drive within the zone. Starting 25th October, the area will expand and reach Shoreditch, Camden and Greenwich, in addition to the current zone.
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Stay informed: Read the Worker’s Pension Scheme

It is important to plan ahead if you want to make sure you have an income when you stop working, which is why we’ve got Uber’s Pension Scheme, which includes the most important details you need to know when the time to retire comes.
Read more about Uber’s Pension Scheme

Easy tips to reduce fuel consumption

If you’re worried about fuel costs, want to minimize the environmental impact of driving or both, you’re probably wondering what are the easiest things you can do that will reduce fuel consumption, especially with the current shortage of fuel we’re experiencing now.
Learn how you can reduce your fuel consumption

Why Splend is considered halal car finance

If you’re a Muslim who wants to give ridesharing a try, it’s not always easy to find Islamic car finance among these options available on the market. Here is why Splend is considered halal car finance and how we can help you kickstart your career as a rideshare driver since our options ensure that you can spread the cost of the car without breaking the Sharia rules.
Read more on why Splend is considered halal car finance

5 essential Uber car requirements in London

The general Uber car requirements in the UK are not very difficult to meet. In London, however, the requirements for Uber cars are slightly stricter, as they must have a valid PHV licence, granted by TfL, which has its own conditions.
Read more about the requirements here