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I'm going to prove that I'm really new... I assume pax means customer or rider but what does it actually stand for? But for my real question while taking a customer (pax) to the destination I got pinged by Uber while in route why would they do that? Is that where they have you pick somebody else up at the same time.?. Any and all help is going to be appreciated thank you guys and gals
 

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Pax just stands for passenger.

What you're experiencing is called a stacked ping. Basically this is a good thing depending on how you look at it. Goober is giving you another ride that is close to the destination of the existing pax. This keeps you from having to wait for another ride. (No down Time)

I love stacked pings unless I need to go to the restroom. Lol
 

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This has been recently discussed. Search for the thread.

It stands for passenger and I've used the abbreviation for years since I worked for a major airline in the 90s.
 
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