Uber is the biggest taxi-hail company in the world.
It is a hugely popular option for commuters.
And its business model has been widely criticised.
Here are the key takeaways from our investigation.
The best Uber business practices The Uber platform offers a range of services, ranging from booking a taxi and paying to pick up passengers, to picking up passengers and arranging delivery.
It charges a fee for each trip, but it also lets users book rides, use the app to request rides and track their location.
But Uber also offers a whole range of cheaper options for the same price.
For example, it charges $2.20 for an UberX, which will take you to your destination in a matter of seconds.
This is a much cheaper option than taking a taxi to the nearest supermarket, which typically takes five minutes.
Uber also has a range that includes a flat-rate Uber for a set number of minutes, a one-hour Uber for $2 and an Uber for 30 minutes for $5.
These options will work for many people, but some people may not want to pay this much.
Uber drivers are allowed to earn up to 10% commission on each ride, although it varies by the fare.
And if you book rides for more than one person, Uber can charge you a $1.50 fee per ride.
The company is also trying to offer customers discounts on their car insurance premiums.
This has been met with mixed success, as some customers have complained about the premium discounts offered by their insurer.
And Uber has recently come under fire for its handling of safety issues, including allegations that drivers were given unsafe equipment such as lap belts to help them avoid injury.
Uber has also faced criticism over its driver-partnership system, which is in place to help people with jobs and other obligations get around the company.
Uber is also facing criticism for its pricing practices.
In the United States, the company charges drivers a fee of $1 for every mile they drive, with a separate fee of up to $5 per mile if the driver is working for Uber for more time than that.
And drivers are not entitled to an additional rate of $5 on top of their regular hourly rate, as they are in Australia.
Uber, however, says that drivers have access to more than 30% of their commission on their rides.
In Australia, Uber charges drivers $4.50 per kilometre, with no additional fees.
For more information on the fees charged by drivers in Australia, see our story on Uber Australia.
It’s a different story in the United Kingdom, where drivers are charged the same fee as Uber in the same way that passengers are charged in Australia: a flat rate of £3.99.
However, this is only for one hour.
Drivers also receive a bonus of up and up, with drivers earning up to 30% commission for the entire trip, and up to 50% commission per kilometer.
This means that drivers in the UK, like Uber, will get a much higher commission than those in Australia if they make an extra trip.
This system was criticised by many drivers in this country, including in a report published by the National Taxi Drivers Association, which argued that drivers should be given the same level of compensation as drivers in other parts of the world, including Australia.
The biggest complaint from UK drivers is that Uber does not have a fare meter.
If drivers do not know how much money they have left in their account after every trip, they are likely to lose money on the trip and, in some cases, be unable to return home.
This was a concern raised by Uber’s driver-management programme, UberEats, in 2014.
The program allowed drivers to request an UberEAT for free, but after just two weeks, it found that about half of the drivers had requested the app.
UberEATS has since been removed from the app, but the system remains on offer.
Drivers say that the app provides a way to keep track of their journey, which they say is vital for making sure they are not losing money on their trips.
Uber offers a way for customers to share a driver with another driver on the platform.
However it also offers to offer drivers the opportunity to use its app to contact a driver, so that the driver can be contacted if the customer needs to return to the city or needs to cancel a trip.
And although drivers are only allowed to request a ride for one person at a time, Uber has an option for people to group together for one ride.
These types of features are only available in select markets, and there are strict guidelines around how Uber drivers can interact with customers.
The most recent guidelines from Uber have seen the company overhaul its drivers-management system, and it says that if drivers are dissatisfied with their experience they can request a full refund.
A major criticism of Uber is its handling for drivers, particularly in the wake of the London Tube bombings.
The London Tube attacks were a major embarrassment for Uber, with some drivers