Richmond, Virginia (Associated Press)-Hundreds of people were trapped in the icy zone of Virginia Interstate 95 this week, but in Andrew Peters Richmond finally went home, he Hit by a giant Uber bill.
Peters When I came back from San Francisco and did not understand the seriousness of the situation he Took one Uber According to WTOP-FM, he departed from Dulles International Airport and fell into a traffic disaster.
“It’s kind of scary,” Peters Say. “We don’t have any food or water.”
Hundreds of motorists were trapped in the freezing temperature of the 40-mile-long interstate highway I-95. Police said that when the tractor trailer broke during a winter storm, some areas became impassable. After more than a day of blockade, the interstate was completely reopened on Tuesday night.
After nine hours of trek, Peters Returned home and paid the $200 bill.But after Peters Say Uber Increased $400 to raise his The total bill is $600. he An objection to the additional charge is being filed.
according to UberWebsite, “Traffic congestion may cause your journey to be longer than expected. In order to compensate your driver for the extra time, your fare may change.”
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