How are fares calculated?
It appears the query “how much does RideOn cost or how fare estimation formula works?” ought to be obsolete.
Although most consumers are unaware of it, there are numerous pricing factors and variables used in RideOn’s pricing model to determine the final price.
In case you ever wondered.
“How is a ride fare calculated?”
“Per KM/Mile Charges?”
Riders may find it challenging to estimate the precise cost of their ride due to these components, which include the base price, surge charges, and booking fees (among others).
At RideOn Canada Fare calculations depend upon the following variables.
Type of Car Category – Depending on the type of vehicle the customer selects; the total fare is determined.
Base Fare – The flat rate for each ride is referred to as this rate. Based on the trip’s length and distance, it also includes the cost of pickup.
Distance of Ride – The fees vary in different cities where RideOn is operating and are calculated per Kilometer between the pickup and drop-off points.
Time Charges – RideOn Canada does not include per-minute charges in its fare breakdown.
Toll or Parking Fee – If a customer had a pickup or drop off which includes a parking fee such as hospitals or airports or if the route suggested by RideOn passes through a toll. This would be part of the final fare.
Tipping – A customer may tip the partner at the ride end which is included in the final fare of the ride.
RideOn Margin Fees – RideOn pays the drivers 85% of their earnings after deducting a 15% fee to cover overhead.
Final RideOn Fare = (base fare + rate of total Km/Mile traveled) + tolls/parking + Tips(optional)
Frequently Asked Questions
A. No, Rideon Canada’s fare calculation is based on the distance traveled by the rider which may vary from the estimated fare shown.
A. No, Rideon Canada never charges any type of Surge/Peak or hidden charges.