Sometimes you will have passengers with body odor, or they will leave some scent behind, whether it’s weed, alcohol, food, or something else.
In addition to the assault on your senses, this is also bad because other passengers may give you a lower rating because of the objectionable smell.
The secret weapon of Uber and Lyft drivers to combat stinky smells is Ozium.
I’d suggest rolling down the windows and spraying Ozium after nearly every ride, even if you can’t detect any smells with your nose.
It can’t ever hurt to refresh your car to give yourself and your passengers a more enjoyable ride.
In addition to the risk of a lower rating and likely no tip, you could also get reported to uber or Lyft.
Many drivers have reported having their accounts put on hold because a passenger reported that the car smelled like weed. This even happens in states where it is legal. Passengers may assume the driver is smoking or they are just bothered by the smell.
No matter what the reason, roll those windows down and get some Ozium to spray.