30 March 2016 Current Affairs: Uber launched its pilot bike-sharing service, uberMOTO, in Gurgaon on Tuesday, which is a car-free day in the city. Customers can call for a motorcycle or scooter on the Uber app.The base fare for the ride is Rs15, with Rs3 for every kilometre and Rs1 per minute. Earlier this month, Uber and its Indian rival Ola had launched a similar service in Bengaluru. But road transport authorities cracked down on the services, claiming that neither of the companies had got approvals. uberMOTO services will be available in Gurgaon between 7.30am and 9.30pm. The customer has to wear a helmet before sitting pillion. The American taxi-hailing service provides GPS tracking of the bikes and customers can share the trip with others.