In the last two weeks alone, Uber has launched a number of new routes, and it’s the third major company to launch such a service in Germany.
The company says it is “looking forward to seeing what the market for the service will be like in the coming months.”
However, this is not the first instance of a German company offering a similar service.
In November 2016, a German startup called TaxiForGeeks started offering a platform to help people find, book, and pay for the taxi service they require.
In that case, the service was dubbed UberCab.
UberCab is currently available in over 100 cities in Germany and has also launched in France, Austria, and the Netherlands.
The platform uses a payment system known as UberPay that is accepted by over 80% of all European taxi drivers.
This has allowed Uber to make a significant number of trips for passengers.
In February, the German government started investigating the platform after receiving a number, which it described as “potentially criminal activity.”
In a press release, the government said the investigation had revealed that the platform was offering an illegal and unlicensed service.
According to Uber, the new service allows its drivers to earn between €5,000 and €10,000 ($6,400 to $10,700) per year from Uber drivers in Germany, a figure which does not include the costs associated with operating the app.
This translates into an income of between €8.3 million and €12.9 million per year, according to Uber.
The app’s developers have also made it possible to use a payment service for the ride itself.
The company says its drivers in the European Union are allowed to earn as much as €1,000 per trip per week, which means that, based on current earnings, the company could earn up to €1.6 billion annually.
However, in 2017, Uber said it will start raising money in order to help cover the costs of the legal and regulatory burden that it would incur as a result of this service.
UberCabs have already been operating in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and India.
Uber also operates in several European countries, including Britain, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and Spain.
Uber has not yet revealed how much of its revenues are used for legal and compliance costs.
The startup did not immediately respond to requests for comment.