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Maybe once Uber and Lyft dump California, there will be an uproar by the public and they will overturn the new regulations. Then Uber and Lyft come back
Now the question is whether Lyft will provide them for free to all the drivers.
Wouldn't everyone just filter out all 1~3 stars then?
You should create its own post, i.e. new post for this.
Do drivers still use fake pukes and “water on seat” to collect clean up fees? Or did Uber catch on and squash it?
Ratings are the only thing drivers have to protect themseves.
Fair enough. Valid
Let’s just rate them 1 vs 5 then.
Oh right, drivers go insane when they get a 1
Hellish? I guess. Many people got rich yesterday.
and the public will lose out as a result of this mess they left behind. The prices will rise and the pay will fall. https://ride.guru/lounge/p/uber-and-lyft-ipos-could-mean-the-end-of-cheap-rides
Oooh, great question. I want to know too. No, I don't own a restaurant. Just curious.
Right. Excellent point on how the next ping can come mid-ride. (Then again, you don't have to accept it either, huh.)
Yeah, but the driver cannot see you as they have the back towards you. LOL. Try again.
The GPS is supposed to be the equalizer
The dark passenger.
Home Depot. :)
HD comes with no service. absolute self-service.
I've rented it too when picking up a refrigerator from a neighbor's. the HD guy never saw the truck. just gave me the keys, did my thing and left it back in the lot. Didn't check then either.
Well, it took them long enough to state the obvious.
Wasn't there an post on this forum with a pic of an underage girl puking on her self on the sidewalk?
Yeah, this sounds too far fetched. Even with millions of fares, how would this happen. Plus he was driving illegally..
Yeah, the 360 is definitely what you need. plus in-cabin sound.
In some markets, Uber and Lyft are trying to show even less, where they don't even show you how far the pickup is. Tough, huh? They do this to reduce the chance of drivers cherrypicking.
Ironically, at the same time, they are also experimenteing showing the exact location of the rider AND showing the destination - all before accepting the ride. This will greatly help the drivers, of course, but there are usually a high bar for acceptance rates. This "gift' won't be available for drivers who cherry pick too much.
Guys, this can happen to anyone in any profession. If you start doubting evey person who provides you service, say a pizza delivery boy or a mail carrier, you would be paralyzed.
Nothing is 100% folks. It's just a market trend to cast fear on everything Uber. Can we stay real, please.