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Four wheel drive, or all wheel drive, vehicles are good to have year round. They can get you out of a tight spot in rough terrain and bring more traction to every situation, even acceleration. However, they are most important during inclement weather. If you live in a place, or are visiting somewhere, where winter is cold and the weather can turn volatile, four wheel drive cars can be a very smart choice when purchasing or renting a vehicle. They can help you stay on the road during rainy, icy, or snowy conditions or get you out of a situation ...read more
Tipping can be a divisive topic to begin with, and everyone has a different answer. Tipping on food deliveries is an even more fraught topic because no one seems to have the answer. Do you even tip on a food delivery? Yes. The answer is yes! Always tip.
Depending on how you order and where you’re ordering from will help to determine the amount you should tip. If you’re in a restaurant 20% is standard tipping. Delivery tips don’t need to be that high, but they’re not much lower. A tip of 10% is a good place to start. You ...read more
Ever since Assembly Bill 5 was passed in California, rideshare companies have been making changes left and right. Uber and Lyft, will do anything possible to avoid having to classify their drivers as employees and thus change the entire structure of their company. This includes spending tens of millions campaigning against AB5 or even pulling out of select markets.
Apart from their extensive campaigning Uber has already made the following changes to their app in an effort to avoid AB5.
About a decade ago, scooters, rideshares, and E-bikes did not even exist in our vocabulary. But we all have come to appreciate the usefulness of these new transportation choices. I have extensively written about the Micro Mobility Industry in the past. Initially, I thought that scooters and e-bikes had their place in cities, not knowing that they would proliferate like wild mushrooms. As with anything new, they looked like they were fun to ride. However, as we know now, they became a nuisance for most drivers, a regulatory nightmare for city officials, residents and a definite health hazard for riders. ...read more
Cargo the company known for putting vending display boxes in Uber’s and Lyft’s across the country just announced a major pivot to their business model. In a message sent to drivers, Cargo stated “As you may have heard the bittersweet news from our last email, we’ve determined that the best path for Cargo in 2020 is to pause our Cargo Store business and double our efforts within the Cargo Beam program. We will forever be grateful for the support and work our drivers have put in towards the Cargo Store.”
According to the Cargo ...read more