Just in case someone vomits in your vehicle, etc, know the following (good luck finding anything like this on any of their websites or FAQs): "For a cleaning fee reimbursement, we require: A brief description of the incident A photo(s) of the damage A photo of the receipt of cleaning costs (cleaning fee MUST be appropriate to the damage) Note, when a rider makes a mess inside your vehicle, it is understandable that the vehicle interior would require some tidying up. However, if the amount requested does not seem appropriate given the evidence you provide of the incident, your cleaning fee reimbursement request will not be approved. Once received, we'll follow up with the rider and reimburse you as appropriate. Cleaning fee reimbursement requests must be made within 1 week of the incident, or will not be approved." - Uber Partner Support The only related information I have found on Uber's current websites are: "In the event of soiling in a drivers car you will be charged a cleaning fee. This covers vomiting, spillages and contamination. Depending on the severity of the soiling incident, the driver will be compensated for the cleaning and the inconvenience." "Drivers work hard to maintain clean vehicles. A clean up fee for damage to the interior or exterior of the vehicle incurred as a result of events such as vomiting or pet accidents will be assessed and charged when applicable. In most cases, this fee will be $100 - $200, but the exact amount depends on the extent of the damage. We will always notify you when such a charge is necessary." However I distinctly recall watching training videos when I first started out that discussed this issue and how they factored in more than just 'damage' but time/fares lost, etc. Apparently that is just marketing BS now. Just making sure other drivers are informed so they are not screwed out of a cleaning fee.