Which Canadian cities have the best Uber passengers?
Ottawa has the worst average rider rating in the country, followed by Toronto and Montreal, according to new data released by Uber on Tuesday.
Hamilton finished fourth and Edmonton fifth.
This is the second time Uber has announced the top 5 and bottom 5 cities based on rider ratings.
Several Canadian cities have fallen from the top spot compared to last year, according to the ride-sharing company.
Winnipeg and Halifax finished in the top five, Red Deer dropped from second to third, and London avoided making the bottom five this year.
Quebec’s Sherbrooke and Trois-Rivieres have the highest average rider ratings in Canada.
Red Deer, Alta. Winnipeg and Halifax were his third.
According to Uber, cities were rated based on passenger reviews by drivers. If you want to know how to improve your city’s rating, our drivers share some useful tips.
Don’t leave your confusion behind. If you want your driver to like you and give you a better rating, make sure to take your trash with you when you arrive at your destination.
Drivers encourage passengers to always fasten their seatbelts and arrive on time when they arrive at their vehicle.
Additionally, if you don’t respect the driver and slam the car door, you are much more likely to receive a negative review.
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