Elevator Said on Wednesday, racers in the United States, with the exception of New York and Nevada, will have to pay an additional 55 cents for travel as the travel company seeks to mitigate the impact of high gas prices on drivers.

Companies that hire concert workers have begun to introduce these surcharges as drivers on social media protest against high gas prices due to Western sanctions against Russiaa major oil producer.

The fuel levy policy will take effect next week and will be in effect for at least 60 days, Lift said, adding that the money will go directly to drivers.

This step reflects the movement of the opponent Uberwho said his customers would have to pay an additional fee of 45 cents or 55 cents for each trip.

On Tuesday, food delivery company DoorDash said its U.S. delivery partners would be eligible for 10 percent to purchase gas from March 17.

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