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This was essentially a hack, right? How did that happen? I can’t imagine regular drivers being savvy enough to be hacking a computer system of Uber.
So there was some elaborate scheme to have unauthorized drivers picking up people? Who are these people? People who wanted to drive but got denied?
Was there some organized syndicate that helped those poor who just wanted to work? Like the Underground Railroad of the American 1800s?
Thanks for the reminder of the dark times. We are starting to only remember good things about the past, but that is far from the truth. Uber came around because it tried to fix many of the issues.
It’s a way to make it super obscure so no one understands how much they are getting paid.
Learning from the best, Uber.
Not everyone is a frequent user like you. So when they take a ride, they don’t open the Uber app again, so they never see the tip screen.
The question is, does that tip screen come up if you open the app weeks later? I’m thinking no?
That really does look comfy.
$15 BEFORE expenses? Oh wow. Minimum wage anyone?
The worst is "Do not share private info."
How do I get home without telling my creepy driver where I live?!
This boy actor is amazing. His voice trembling and all while he announced his name. Brilliant.
BTW, is that the same bus driver as the ending scene? I don't think I realized that.
Oh yeah, I totally remember her.
It certainly isn't to make the drivers happy. We all know there are plenty of drivers and all the company needs to do is to satisfy the investors. you know...those with money.
What is this.
Someone mentioned above that it may be the payment method on file. I have not verified it.
You guys all realize if human drivers and riders are screwing each other on this, this my get 100x worse with autonomous robot cars, right? In fact, I think auto makers are worried about this as there is no way a robot car can clean the car between rides.
Then of course, what would they do when there are scams where people claim the car is dirty while it isn't?
So now you have an aversion for instaryde.
Amen to that.
Been saying that through taxi days.
Lots of great murder mysteries through taxis.
Gosh, their website is awful. I went looking to see which cities they are available in, and I couldn't find it at all. Are they going to make me download and sign up before I can find out for myself whether my city is covered?
It says they are *now* in Boston. but wherelse?
What is. sort of. because they don't need protection.
Does that picture even make sense? That totally isn't Getaround, despite the picture. You need 4-doors for an UberX. No 2-door in USA.