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The restaurants can cancel orders for pretty much any reason at all. It stinks they'd lose that business, but maybe they can do that if they have serious concerns about the driver or it's some fraudulent order placed by the driver or something.
I gave this a lot of thought for the course of the last year, and I’m thinking it’s the price range.
There's definitely larger distance between the driver and the passenger on an SUB. Think the 6 feet guidance. It's impossible on a sedan, but it's possible on an SUV.
Way more air volume inside.
Speaking of the air, I noticed drivers with make-shift barrier. Total ghetto, but I appreciate the attempts and I did feel safer.
Is inside of your car even a private property? Isn't it public sort of a public place?
You can't just do whatever you want in middle of a city block just because you are in your car, righit?
I didn't know Uber almost bought GrubHub. They should have while they had the chance.
Lyft staying the course is...reckless? I did see they are trying to start a food delivery service...
Typical NYPost. Zero details. The context totally matters here. Does anyone know what happened? Why was this man dangling? Was it some Logan Paul like blogger seeking for attention? Was he trying to get in or out? Did he really need a ride? Why did the driver drive off?
So many questions.
LOL. "Stop sending me garbage cut and paste notifications."
Maybe you are in the wrong business.
I saw this. It somehow made the national news. (even though it was chicago local at first)
I don't think they are using the Uber app. I think it's just a normal horse buggy service, like the one you see at fancy parks. This has nothin to do with Uber.Just a marketing thing.
He's calling himself an Uber. You have to flag him down with your hand. (They say this at the end of the video.)
Because Uber is like 10x bigger and is synonymous with "taxi' now. Uber is the evil empire and always has been.
How many people can lift 100 pounds?
How much is this thing? I mean for the “driver”
I didn't know it was that bad. So these images are true:
Is "raining spaghetti and meatballs" a famous phrase? Forget it being a reality. I didn't even know it was a thing.
Sounds super lame.
Funny how you mention that the riders have changed. (from nice to rude) That's what riders are now saying about their drivers.
I wonder if something has changed or it's more the people utilizing the Uber's platform (both drivers and riders). I heard that the reason more drivers are rude is because they aren't professional drivers but just entitled car owners looking to make a few bucks. They aren't trained in customer service, and they just treat riders as wallets walking around.
I thought Bob Barker died.
What's the difference between prostitutes and hookers?
If the dead leg is such a huge issue, Uber themselves should resolve it somehow.
I do get it how it's all fluid. If the driver reaches a destination, he could potentially find another customer there and potentially even bring him back to the original location. In that case, no additional compensation is necessary. However, if the driver HAS to take the dead leg home, I feel like some kind of comp is appropriate.
What if we have Uber pay the ride back to the driver's home base, i.e. home?
Are you saying the driver should be able to dictate or adjust the price depending on the length of the trip? or for extra work that had to be performed or additional cost incurred?
That's an interesting idea. A little negotiation, and the driver types in a new figure. I mean we've been doing that with limos all the time. Uber is just responsible for connecting the two parties and they let the driver-rider take care of it.
I don't think it has to be for every ride, but perhaps a way for the driver to override the price is fantastic idea.