I haven't had that many vomit rides, I think 9 or 10 over 4,500 plus trips. And I'll admit, it doesn't bother me to get 70 bucks from Uber after someone pukes outside my car b/c I know it will just be a $10.00 car wash and less than an hour of window washing time to be sure its all gone. Then back on the road after an easy 50 bucks net. Last night was a little different. I had a power puker. From the back seat he puked so violently I had to clean puke out of the CD player and front air vents with Q-trips. BTW, parking the car seemed like a pretty good idea after someone projectile vomits, until you reach for the stick shift which is also covered in vomit. To add insult to injury, I've also added a picture of where the guy actually puked ON ME. No quickie clean here. I've spent $150 so far on professional detailing and getting some personal stuff replaced (like the shirt the guy puked on). And I kept all receipts. Basically, 110 for professional cleaning, 20 for enough cleaning supplies and late night car wash to get me home, and 20 to replace some personal stuff that had puke on it, like the shirt off my back. My fear is Uber will offer $150. Maybe even less if they consider the property loss not covered by a cleaning fee, e.g. cost of doing business. After all, I was going to wash the shirt anyway so why should the rider have to pay for a new shirt? I'm trying to prepare my defense for Uber's low-ball cleaning fee and trying to figure out how to position this to be something more significant than an a $150 cleaning fee. My understanding is Uber caps cleaning fees at $150. True??? It really is gut wrenching when you realize, wow, I've put myself in a position that someone can vomit on me and I should expect the same compensation as if they had vomited on a floor mat. Oh, and lost wages b/c I'm been off line for a day? Uber already set my expectations their policy is they don't pay for "potential" wages lost. Any thoughts on how to maneuver Uber for the most compensation a power puking? Thanks in Advance for your comments.