Why does my trip fare include Dynamic Pricing?

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In order to provide a better rider experience, Dynamic Pricing applies during periods of high demand. This means your trip fare may be higher than usual to ensure there are enough drivers around during this time. You’ll be able to tell this by the multiplier that is added to the Base, Time, Waiting and Distance Fares. Fees such as levies and tolls are not subject to the Dynamic Pricing Multiplier. Please note: the Dynamic Pricing Multiplier is not fixed and can change according to  day, time and location.

To view / check the Dynamic Pricing:

1) Before a trip, view the Dynamic Pricing in Fare Estimate

2) After a trip, view the Dynamic Pricing in Fare Breakdown

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