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How Uber uses rider location information (Android)

For Rides

Uber uses your device's location services to make it easier to get a safe, reliable ride whenever you need one. Location data helps improve our services, including pickups, navigation, customer support, and more.

If you're using an Android device and location collection is enabled, we may collect location information from the time you open the Uber app until your trip ends or is canceled. This includes when your app is not visible on screen.

If you disable location collection you can still use the Uber app, but you'll need to enter your pickup and dropoff locations manually. Location information will be collected from the driver during your trip and linked to your account, even if you have disabled location services for your app.

To manage location settings on your device:
1. Open your device's Settings
2. Find your location permissions for Uber
3. Toggle location "On" or "Off"

For Bikes and Scooters

Uber uses your device's location services to make it easier to get a Bike or Scooter when you need one. Location data is critical to help keep you safe and provide customer support during and after a trip.

If you're using an Android device, your location settings should be set to "On".

- On: We may collect location information from the time you open the app until your trip ends or is canceled. This includes when your app is not visible on screen.

Location information will also be collected from the vehicle in order to protect our assets, help keep you safe and provide customer support, and comply with local regulations, even if you are not using the app or it is in the background of your device.

- Off: This option disables location services for the app and prevents you from using Bikes and Scooters. Location services must be turned on in order to use Bikes and Scooters.

To manage location settings on your device:
1. Open your device's Settings
2. Find your location permissions for Uber
3. Toggle location "On" or "Off"

Sharing with Cities and Governments

In some instances, we're required to share information about the trips taken on our service with cities, governments and local transportation authorities.

To meet these requirements, we collect geolocation and timestamp data from the devices, bikes and scooters on our platform.

This data provides cities with information on where each trip starts, stops and the route taken on the trip. None of the trip data we provide to cities is collected from your personal mobile device or directly identifies you.

We treat your location information in accordance with our Privacy Policy.