When hailing an Uber, passengers in certain cities will now get a new prompt that tells them disinfectant wipes will be available during their ride.
Through a partnership with Clorox, Uber said Tuesday it's distributing hundreds of thousands of canisters of the cleaning supply company's wipes to drivers.
Uber said it's spent $50 million to buy cleaning supplies and masks to help protect drivers.
Starting in July, Uber will distribute a total of 600,000 canisters of wipes to drivers in three select cities: Atlanta, Chicago and New York.
Uber recommends drivers focus on cleaning the front seat, including the steering wheel, gear shift, cup holders and door handles.