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Uber Technologies will begin charging riders for leaving items in cars that drivers then have to return to them, the ride-hailing company announced on Tuesday.

It will now cost passengers $15 to have their lost items returned. The service will roll out in Boston and Chicago on Tuesday, and expand to all U.S. cities by September.

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The initiative is in conjunction with Uber's pledges to take further steps to support their drivers. Uber recently started giving its riders the option to add a tip for their driver. 

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