This man from Michigan just created the next best Uber inspired way of transportation For $5, Timothy\u00a0Hochstedler will give people rides around the\u00a0Colon, Michigan with his horse and buggy, making it an Amish Uber.\u00a0Hochstedler spoke to some news networks about his little invention, saying, "Uber is a cool thing. Every single year something new comes in, and Uber is hot right now so we have the Amish Uber." In addition to driving passengers to their destination,\u00a0Hochstedler will also talk with his guests and show them around the Colon area. He says he genuinely enjoys the job, too, as does his horse named Walker! https:\/\/twitter.com\/AnnaGilesTV\/status\/1025463571952676864 People who are interested in riding the Amish Uber won't be able to find it via cell phone app. They'll have to look for the actual buggy with a white sign on it, detailing the driving services. What's even better is he's also got a photoshopped Uber logo that contains an outline of the horse and buggy. Twitter Becky Phelps, an Amish Uber customer, spoke to a news source about the contraption and praised\u00a0Hochstedler for a job well done! She said, "I don\u2019t think there\u2019s Uber down here so it\u2019s pretty cool. It gives people an option that can\u2019t drive or don\u2019t want to drive or shouldn\u2019t drive." Twitter While\u00a0Hochstedler is in no way, shape, or form part of the Uber company, he has praised the service for becoming one of the hottest means of transportation and inspiring his own Amish Uber ride. Uber was founded in 2009 and has stocked up $6.5 billion in revenue as of 2016. It has inspired other riding service apps to be created such as Lyft, Postmates, and Uber Eats (part of the Uber franchise). Twitter If you're looking for taking a ride down the old-fashioned memory lane, you might want to travel to Colon, MI and flag down this Amish Uber. Passengers can be sure to enjoy a beautifully scenic view, a couple of horse kisses, and a great conversation with the driver himself about the rural southwestern area of Michigan. https:\/\/twitter.com\/peeweeherman\/status\/1026921227011510272 Be sure to SHARE this article if you'd take a ride in this Amish Uber!