Uber has partnered with Tesla to promote the use of electric vehicles among its drivers in the United States, reports Reuters.

In addition to the existing federal tax incentives, Uber offers drivers exclusive incentives of up to $2 thousand to buy Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.

“We know from listening to Uber drivers that the cost of ownership and access to convenient charging are the top two barriers preventing them from going electric, and we are … (working with) Tesla to tackle both of these issues,” said Andrew Macdonald, senior vice president of mobility and business operations at Uber.

As part of the initiative, Uber drivers will be able to use a referral code to purchase cars directly from Tesla’s factory or from existing inventory. They must purchase and receive the car by March 31 and make 100 trips by May 15.

Uber also initiated test drives in Tesla stores and began sharing data with the automaker on where its drivers most need charging infrastructure, including areas where drivers make the most trips.

As you know, Uber is working on going electric. The company cooperates with car manufacturers to offer drivers flexible terms of electric car rental and incentives, such as additional bonuses for each electric car ride.

Recently, it became known that Kia and Uber signed a memorandum of understanding on the use of PV5 modular electric vans for ride-hailing.