This is the kind of ride that makes me wish you could choose your Uber driver.
The NES on display is actually the Classic Mini NES, which redditor okdiv came across in the backseat of an Uber. The driver was deaf, which could make communication a littler harder than your typical Uber ride. On the other side, this Uber lets you play Zelda in the back, so I can't imagine anyone would mind too much.
Also, five stars to the driver for finally finding a situation where the Classic Mini NES's miniscule cable length actually makes sense. And it'll probably make the driver a bit more money too. Just imagine all the extra dungeons and levels people will want to beat before getting out of the car.