US Man Starts 'Amish Uber' With Horse And Buggy
With four wheels and four legs, the latest in ride-sharing has launched in the US.
Using a horse and buggy, Timothy Hochstedler calls it Amish Uber.
He is just calling himself an Uber, he doesn't actually work for Uber.
Instead of using an app, users just need to hail the buggy for a ride, which are just $5.
And while it’s totally geared for tourists, locals are also loving it, treating the service exactly like Uber.
"Would you give me a ride to Curly's? Would you go to my house? and, Yeah I'd do that," Tim said.
No word if Hochstedler offers water, mints or lends you a USB cable to charge your phone.