Michigan man starts ‘Amish Uber’ horse and buggy service

Although Uber doesn’t service the rural southwest Michigan village of Colon, Amish resident Timothy Hochstedler found a workaround.

to a report from WWMT-TV, Hochstedler launched his own “Amish Uber”
business, transporting people around the village in his horse and buggy
for a $5 fare.

His ride has a lot more character
than a car. “He loves people,” Hochstedler said of his horse, according
to WWMT. “He’s a Morgan. A Morgan is a people’s horse. They love giving
you a kiss or whatever.”