The service, RideWith, allows passengers to join fellow residents on their commutes. Google is expected to take a small 15% fee. Google is not competing with Uber, which has run afoul of protesters in places like France and South Africa, not to mention major American cities. Unlike Uber, Google limits trips to two per day, so drivers don’t make a living off of the RideWith service. Riders get a cheap trip, drivers make a bit of cash—at least enough to cover their expenses—and roads free up and become less congested, without thoroughly cannibalizing the professional driving industry (at least at first).