Uber rides now come with a Hangover cure thanks to Cargo

Uber is once again finding ways to make rides more convenient for customers and now we can see that the company has partnered with Cargo who have equipped Uber vehicles with supply crates containing all sorts of consumable products.

One of these consumables is a hangover cure tablet, with Uber ensuring that if you choose them to drive you to work after a late night out, you’ll be able to quickly consume a tablet during your usual commute.

The supply crates will also contain snacks, protein bars, while Cargo has partnered with Coca Cola too to offer free bottles of Smartwater as well, according to CNBC.

The initiative will work with passengers being able to order which items they would like using Cargo’s web app, and then needing to input a driver code, pay for the item and then the driver will be notified to unlock the box allowing passengers to have their item swiftly once the vehicle reaches a stop.

Three cities will be offering Cargo boxes inside Uber rides to start with and these are New York, Chicago and Baltimore.

Does this sound like a great idea to you? Let us know if you would be needing a hangover cure tablet on your next Uber ride.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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