DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Ride-hailing service Uber has begun offering its customers in Dubai the option to ride in one of 50 new Tesla electric-powered vehicles, a stark contrast to the large gas-guzzling sedans and luxury sports cars that dominate the emirate’s six-lane highways. The San Francisco maker of the ride-hailing app introduced the UberOne option Tuesday in partnership with Dubai Taxi Corp., which added 50 Tesla Model X and Model S vehicles to its fleet last month. The vehicles, which Uber riders can select for a slightly higher fare, are equipped with self-driving components.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
FEBRUARY 25, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NHP BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SERVICES INC.
229 JERICHO TURNPIKE
NEW HYDE PARK, NEW YORK, 11040
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - CUSTOM FOOD EQUIPMENT CORP.
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