On April 10, Didi Chuxing, China’s largest ride-sharing company, started a time-of-use pricing system in Beijing, reported China News. The company wants to encourage people to travel in off-peak (非高峰时间的) periods instead of peak periods. Under the new rules, users now must pay mileage (里程费) and time fees. For example, passengers using normal cars through Didi’s platform will be charged 1.6 yuan per kilometer. As well as this, a time fee will be charged according to the time of day.