While riding an uber, the trunk holds what you brought a long. Like groceries for example. The cell membrane holds waste and food, allowing them to come in and out. Also like an uber, you put your stuff in the trunk when you get in, and take them out when you leave.
The cell wall is the outer layer that protects the plant. The airbags inside the car protect the passengers on the uber and the passenger. Like a cell wall, the air bag protects people.
The nucleus is the center of the plant, which controls the plant. For example, it decides where the food goes. Similar to the nucleus, the app "Uber" decides where the driver is taking the customer.
The mitochondria is a cylinder shaped cell that breaks down sugar for the plant. The coding team of the Uber breaks down every code so that every Uber driver has a customer. Also, they make it sure that the app doesn't malfunction.
The chloroplasts of a plant takes in the energy for photosynthesis. Similar to chloroplasts, the uber app takes in signals from people's phones that need a ride and they send it to the uber drivers.
The uber driver could have bad intentions like scamming you for more money.
The uber driver could accidently crash into another car.