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Uber's Scheduled Rides launches in Australia, but drivers won't get more pay

They may have self-driving Ubers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania now, but in Australia we can at least schedule one with a human in it to take us to the airport at 5 a.m. On Thursday, the multibillion-dollar ride-hailing company launched its Scheduled Rides service in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. On the app, rides can now be scheduled up to 30 days in advance. SEE ALSO: Where you can hail self-driving Uber cars Unfortunately, the service…

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Uber's Scheduled Rides launches in Australia, but drivers won't get more pay

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