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While driving for Uber or Lyft has its perks it can also lead to troublesome situations. Many drivers, to avoid being wrongly accused or to secure evidence of wrongdoings, have decided to install dash cam video and audio recorders in their cars. On the help section of Uber's website, they state that drivers may “install and use video cameras to record riders for purposes of safety.” However, Uber also encourages drivers to check local regulations on using and disclosing their recording equipment. Many areas have laws in effect that require drivers to make their passengers aware of any video or ...read more
I have recently written about Scooternomics, how scooters are littering the streets and although most have become Unicorns (worth more than a billion in valuation), they are still losing money at an alarming pace. To the point that Bird had to raise another 300 million dollars a couple of weeks ago albeit at a $2.3 billion valuation. Maybe Uber has learned that they don't have to price a service in demand cheaper in order to make it more attractive, maybe they decided to go for profits instead of following their rideshare playbook.
Two months after banking $8.1 billion from ...read more
It seems there is an ever growing number of ways to use Uber. Even businesses can hop in and ride with Uber. Businesses are now allowed to create a profile, charge rides, and receive receipts at a business email account. You can create your own business ride profile, or you can join your company’s business account. Learn how below!
Creating a business ride profile is not difficult. Open up your Uber app. At the top of the screen on the left is a menu icon, tap it. Under the Payment section, scroll to the “Rider Profiles” section. In that section, ...read more
Lyft is retaliating in NY after the TLC (Taxi Limousine Commission) extended the cap on rideshare drivers and instituted a minimum wage rule. And after five years of operation in Canada, British Columbia has yet to allow the global giants of the rideshare industry to roll in. However, that may be changing as of September of 2019. BC Passenger Transportation Safety Board (an independent tribunal) will start processing company applications by September 3, 2019.
Last year the New York TLC (Taxi Limousine Commission) passed minimum wage laws in order for rideshare ...read more
Scooters are not new or revolutionary, but the ability to rent one is both new and revolutionary. Bird scooters are the latest and greatest in getting around cities. They are inexpensive, easy, and quick. It is no wonder people are turning to Bird to get around town on adventures, commutes, and everything in between. Using them is easier than it seems, but if you don’t know how to ride one, we are here to help!
The first step is to download the Bird app through the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. You will need a payment method, ...read more