92 miles Round trip with 1.5 hour wait does uber do that
The Guru Take
You may want to check with driver first.
92 miles seems long, but that would only be about 1.5 hour on an highway. This distance will not infringe upon any rules set by most rideshare companies like Uber. Uber currently has a 4 hour limit on a single ride, where at the end of the 4 hours, the trip will automatically terminate. (at which point, you can request another ride.) Lyft's limit is set by distance of 100 miles or $500. (at the time of this writing 3/2017).
Where it gets tricky is the 1.5 hour wait time in and the fact that this a round trip. This will make it a 4.5 hour trip where Uber may bump you, and over 100 miles where Lyft may bump you. Generally, as long as you check with the drivers, they are willing to go long distances and even consider waiting for you, but it looks like your intended trip will hit some snags. Here are more details:
With that said, with rideshare services, as it is on-demand and widely available in many cities, you may want to conider just requesting another one for the return leg.