You've probably heard of the popular ride share programs like Uber and Lyft, but what about the newest kid on the block, Amish Uber?

No...well, me neither.

So there's an Amish guy from southwest Michigan, named Timothy Hochstedler, and he just launched something he's calling "Amish Uber" where he gives people rides in his horse and buggy for $5.

However, unlike Uber, you can't get Amish Uber with your cell phone; Timothy doesn't have one. To get a ride from him, you have to flag him down. So really, it's more like an Amish taxi, but that doesn't have the same ring to it.

So, I guess it goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway: hopefully, the horse doesn't have bad gas!