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Uber starts testing in Brazil to allow drivers to record video races

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A Uber announced on Tuesday, 23, that it is starting a test in Brazil to record on video some races held by app. The test takes place initially in the city of Aracaju, in Sergipe.

The filming does not depend on the installation of cameras in the car: the driver’s cell phone is used, who can choose to record the race using a partner app. In a note, Uber says that the function “is being tested as an alternative, scalable and free of charge, for the registration of trips with images by partner drivers. If implemented, the solution will be available to anyone who wants to drive with the app, anywhere.”

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