Whilst there are 3.5 million Uber users in London, the tech company's reign as London's top transport app is waning. Transport for London (TfL) has denied the company a new permit to operate in the city following concerns about its ability to identify its drivers.
This doesn't mean you won't be able to hail a car from the app in the capital, however, as Uber can appeal the decision and continue to operate.
But, if you do feel uneasy about riding in an unlicensed vehicle then luckily there are a wealth of ride-hailing apps on the scene ready to take you anywhere you want.
Here’s everything you need to know about the next-generation London ride-hailing apps and how they work.
Formerly Taxify, Bolt arrived in London in 2017 before being kicked out a few days later by TfL for failing to acquire the right licensing. It relaunched as Bolt earlier this year and is already starting to pick up momentum, with over 30,000 drivers on its books.
Rides start with a £2.50 base fee, plus £1.25 per mile and £0.15 per minute.
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