When you take an Uber, you get to rate your driver at the end of the trip, while your driver gets to rate you. This lets both future drivers and riders know a bit about each other, so a driver with a lower-than-average rating might not be as preferred, while a rider with a similarly low rating could also find it harder to get rides.
However, if you’re interested in finding more details about your rating as a ride, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Uber has since announced that they will be providing users with a more detailed breakdown of the ratings that they’ve received from their drivers.
According to Uber, “Starting today, all Uber users can access a breakdown of their average rating in the Uber app’s new Privacy Center. You’ll see how many drivers gave you a stellar 5-star rating, how many handed out the dreaded single star, and everything in between.” Now, there won’t actually be any comments attached to these ratings, it’s not like an Amazon review.
Instead, users will be able to see how many stars they’ve received, what the majority of their ratings are, and so on. Uber notes that these ratings aren’t necessarily in real-time, so you won’t exactly be able to check which particular driver gave you what rating, but it might still be helpful anyway.