I was recently in Orlando and called an Uber. The driver was friendly - he said that he had been an Uber driver for 2 years in Orlando. When my wife called the Uber she put in "Disney Magic Kingdom" as the destination from our hotel. The driver was Venezualan and a little hard to understand but he indicated that he understood we were asking to be taken to Disney's Magic Kingdom. I noticed immediately that the route he took was not a direct route - he avoided the highway and started taking an indirect route using smaller roads. In the middle of the ride he said something about we should have put "Magic Kingdom Parking Lot" as our destination. He never took us to the Disney entrance but he did drive past a walk near Disney's Contemporary hotel that we were familiar with that was a very short walk into the park. We even told him he could let us out there and it would be fine but he said that he would get us to our destination. Well our destination turned out to be a Disney Transportation Hub outside of the back of the park. Not only could we not enter the park but we had to get in line and wait for Disney transportation to take us to the park so essentially defeated the purpose of the Uber. I paid the $13 fair (Uber had estimated the fair from our hotel to be $9-$11) but I did not tip the driver and was left feeling that Uber drivers can easily scam their passengers. When I was in Chicago and NYC recently I only used cabs and all of the cabbies pretty much warn you that Uber drivers will intentionally or unintentionally take longer routes when they drive you. I guess I am just looking for an honest answer - is this a common experience with Uber?