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You may be paying more for Uber, but drivers aren’t getting their cut of the fare hike

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As part of the changes for California drivers announced in April, Uber uncoupled driver earnings from passenger fares. Drivers used to receive a proportionate percentage of what customers paid, meaning they would see an earnings bonus aligned with the customer surge — two times the usual price, for example. Instead of receiving a portion of the true value of what customers pay, drivers now instead are paid for their time and distance on the trip and a predetermined bonus, say $3, $5 or $10 for any price surges.

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