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Uber Comfort Electric

Written by Faith Foushee

Edited by Hannah Hillson

Last updated 11/22/2022

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Frequently asked questions

  • Find Uber Comfort Electric in 24 U.S. cities and Vancouver, Canada. The 24 U.S. cities include Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore-Maryland, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Connecticut, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New Jersey, NYC Suburbs, Philadelphia, Portland, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St Louis, Vancouver (Canada), Washington D.C.

  • You are not guaranteed to schedule a Tesla when riding with Comfort Electric. When you order a ride, there are options such as UberX, Comfort, and Uber XL. If you live in one of the participating cities, you will also find Comfort Electric in the options list.

  • EVs do not produce direct emissions. By driving or riding with Comfort Electric, you are reducing the amount of harmful emissions that contribute to global warming and poor air quality. EV drivers save money on gas because they use electricity to power their cars. While electricity is not free, it is usually cheaper over time than paying for gas. Uber offers a comparison feature in their EV Hub to help users understand eGallons, or how much it costs to own and operate an EV versus traditional vehicles.

  • Yes, you can install an EV charger at home. The type of charger determines if you need electrical support. For example, Level 1 chargers can plug into a regular 120-volt outlet, while Level 2 chargers need a 240-volt power source. Use the SaveOnEnergy guide to learn about the best EV charger for your home.

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