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this has crime written all over it.
then again, why not just use cash if you don't want to be tracked.
If they had stuck with it, but actually paid drivers decent wages, do you think the drivers would still hVe complained about?
I sometimes wonder.
It’s like a game of chicken. When it comes to making policies or rules around minors, whoever flinches or do anything first loses.
Creating a policy, process, or even guidelines opens up for accepting liability.
That’s the sue-sue-sue America that we live in, folks.
I can just hear the board room exchange:
“Guys, good news! We are saving $200K by not using balloons anymore!”
“We were spending $200K on balloons?!”
“Umm...yeah, isn’t it a great news?! We aren’t anymore!”
Everyone is talking about consent and whether the driver can or cannot record. However, the question is about whether the passenger can say NO to being recorded. Isn’t that a whole another legal question?
I’d like to say, “yes, of course”, but I’m sure drivers would argue they need to record for their safety and that they have the right to record in their vehicle. (And they have a point.)
3 doesn’t seem like that many
She couldn’t help it. Completely captured by your studlt allure and she took a chance and broke the rule. :)
If she made you uncomfortable, I’m sorry, but what was it that you think she crossed the line? From what you’d described, I’m not sure if I see anything.
Must be banned. I can’t imagine using scooters on the busy sidewalks of New York
Because it’s funny.
And there’s always advantages in anonymity. If Uber doesn’t require it, why not?
It could be broken and the driver not care to fix it (or cannot afford to).
Over the summers, I would imagine that the low ratings and downvotes would naturally take them off the roads. haha
You must be referring to this: https://ride.guru/lounge/p/twelve-yr-old-commits-suicide-after-taking-an-uber-is-uber-at-fault-please-share-your-thoughts#!#comment
I would love to hear more about your view on how your taxi dispatching business has survived. You definitely mention some good reasonably like SUVs.
What’s this mean? “we also offer a lot more hands on responsibility than Uber.”
LOL. Thanks for sharing
How was the 4.20?! Hahaha. That’s darn low. Was there anything special about the person? Anything notable?
To get a 4.20, you can either 1) get a 1-star every 5-6 rides and all the rest are 5-stars, OR 2) get 4-star consistently with an 5-star every 5-6 times. I would imagine the prior is better... wait, is it?
I thought low rated passengers get matched up with low rated drivers? Or is that not true?
I get it that sometimes there aren’t enough drivers to make this work, but I’d like to think this mechanism does exist.
Oops. Let me try to add it in.
not until I opened it.
I don’t understand your topic title. Shouldn’t it say something like “how do I identify a driver Uber for a car wash.”
The rumor is that taxi drivers themselves are the “journalists” for NYPost
Like having an Alexa Echo devices.
You should care. For two reasons:
1) Drivers will pass you up. This means it'll take longer for you to be matched up with the driver. Do you see your app spinning upon request? That means drivers are ignoring your requests and they are being handled like hot potatos.
2) Uber started suspending and banning users for having low ratings.
Uber passengers in Australia and New Zealand will get banned from the app if their rating drops below 4 stars