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Apparently, Uber's technology, which has nothing to do with its core business, is worth a lot of money. It's all just money being thrown around. Uber has money to throw around. They own technology around self-driving cars. That's all it is.
I’m too lazy to look. Do you charge them on your own on your electricity bill? You have to subtract the cost before you can calculate the profit.
And that's coming from a guy named "shady."
The dude is in a police car.
No, one person's work or employment status will not be a part of the public records. The drivers are also 1099 so you have even less chance of coming across a list. Uber and Lyft will certainly not release a list.
So the way would be to advertise or be involved in community forums and organically I think. It sounds like a good opportunity though. These rideshare drivers do sure go through their cars. Something like 50~60K miles a year.
No it isn't. It's $7500 for each incident.
They literally couldn't care less about this. $750K is nothing to them.
This is right after Amazon announced they are raising minimum wage to $15.
Jeez, this is a bit sobering for some reason. I usually welcome competition but something feels weird about this. I wonder what it is.
Never heard of it.
I don't see why not?
I don't even know what this means.
f*cked up beyond recognition. is how I always knew it.
Umm, yeah, I feel like this is post worthy. You shoudl post it
Yeah, they are putting up quite a fight over there. In December, ther was a 24-hour national strike of taxi drivers.
Haaahaaa haaaaa haaaa. I praise you. Total legit. If you said you did that about no-show fee first, I would have disagreed, but it's all about the context.
8 minutes way? She should have cancelled and been requesting another driver.
Taxi drivers were notorious for being on the phone while driving you. It's almost 100% of the time.
...and I get it. They drive for hours on end. They need to passs the time, and frankly, driving is an opportune time to be making some calls.
What's funny is that I don't see it nearly as much with Uber drivers. Is there like a secret code or some Uber rule that you follow?
I thought the big battle ground is Australia. and UK.
Uber is tiny in Tokyo and Yokohama. People barely use it. It's not even a competition.