"Most riders show drivers the respect they deserve," Holt said. "But some don’t -- whether it’s leaving trash in the car, throwing up in the back seat after too much alcohol or asking a driver to break the speed limit so they can get to their appointment on time. This kind of poor behavior is not OK, which is why we will take action against passengers who are rude, abusive or violent."
As you can imagine, the rules are pretty obvious and basically fit into what's generally thought of as common decency and respect: don't have sex in the car, don't vomit in or mess up the car, don't insult or your driver, among others. But the list also outlines more serious offenses; for example, don't use Uber to commit crimes like human trafficking, sexually exploiting children, and transporting drugs.