Uber has spent the past few months trying to mend its image and make itself more driver-friendly, and that's certainly true for October -- although it might hit your bank account if you're a passenger. It's adding a slew of features that let drivers charge more for long pickups. They can charge an additional fee if they have to travel a long distance to get you, for one thing. They'll also apply a per-minute late fee if they have to wait longer than 2 minutes at the pickup point, and will earn a cancellation fee if you change your mind after 2 minutes rather than the previous 5. Uber's app will also help drivers avoid tolls during pickups "when possible," and will incorporate tolls into the fare if it's there's no choice.