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That is some photogenic driver. ...if she really is a driver.
I can't find anywhere on their page what age passengers they serve. Do teens mean anyone over the age 13?
Well, Lyft is loving this publicity. GOP is in an embarrassing turmoil and are not friendly with the groups that matter, such as the urban population that actually need and take rideshares and technology heavy industries and their population.
Uber does not care to have the backing from middle of America, gun toting, truck drivers who really don't care to take Ubers around. This helps Uber none, and Lyft has an excuse to rise up and be the anti-Trump hero.
Remember the Santa Monica Farmer's Market Crash? An old person plows over like 100 people, kills 10 and 63 injured.
I had no idea their delivery system worked like Uber.
That second picture is of Chipotle, and that's for regular people who place and pay online on their mobile apps. I think that's different from UberEats and stuff.
Are you really a taxi driver? just curious.
LOL. We can have fun with this name, can't we.
Did you even request that or did the driver just decide to drive you to the original destination.
My Ford Escape has it. It is amazing and I love it.
The way the car starts isn’t like what you’d expect it to be. It quietly stops and starts. It sounds different. I’d imagine it has different mechanism.
Me too. Where it says, "fill out the questionnaire", I was like, "oh, of course. I love when the site lets you customize my paninis!"
LOL. No, there is a market for it!
...but you are right, this does feel a bit backwards as taxi services always existed.
This sort of tells the tale that the word "taxi" as the traditional business model has completely been replaced.
LOL. I didn't know many of these Southern driver stereotypes. Are these really true?
I don't understand.
Whomever you heard it from, they must have been talking about how the liability and faults would likely fall on the drivers as independent contractors. If there is a wreck, the liable party will be determined from those directly involved.
Uber will try to keep a safe distance. The story would be very different if they were an employer, but...
Is it me or is this like the most asked question on this forum?
How in the world do you know they are prostitutes? Just by the way they are dressed?
It is true that in a private place like someone else's car, you do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy. This means the driver can record you.
With that said, I don't think it matters whether you are in private or public places when it comes to recording your private conversations. In most states, the recoding party needs to have some kind of consent. I think. I am not lawyer.
Did you see this thread: