Uber is offering basic sign language lessons in its app, in an effort to support its deaf and hard of hearing drivers.

Riders in North America will be able to see a card in the Uber app’s messages section, offering to teach basic greetings such as “hello” and “thank you” in American Sign Language (ASL).

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It’ll also teach you how to sign your name in a sequence of videos, which is a pretty nifty addition.

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Uber, who has “수천” of deaf drivers in the U.S. alone, 말한다 the new feature is in support of National Deaf Awareness Month, and it’s certainly a step in the right direction.

The company started including modifications to its UI for hard of hearing drivers back 2015 년. These include having a flashing screen for trip requests, as opposed to hearing an audible prompt, and blocking users from calling, only allowing texts.

Riders who pair with a hard of hearing driver also started getting prompts to let them know.

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