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From what I can tell when I look around for a service, most companies offer similar fees. This is because the restaurants are charging the same, they are accepting similar fees from these delivery services, and drivers are accepting similar ride requests. (Remember, most drivers sign up for all services.)
Now, if the fees are changing due to surge pricing (I assume that exists in food services)? Then perhaps that could be a good way to compare the status/availability of drivers. ...but even then...do they differ that much?
I do feel like sometimes $15 for a $8 ride and 10 minutes of your driver to be expensive. It's weird how there is no range whatsoever, then again, we don't want to over complicate these things.
Perhaps if the people were actually nice and were tipping the drivers for their time, Uber wouldn't have had to force these charges.
Waitresses are side hustles. They work adhoc hours.
but yes, I guess they are protected by minimum wages and stuff.
Hmm. I guess we have to ask a restaurant owner for this one.
This is a great question, and I have no idea still. I mean, young people are using it to get a $7 subway delivered to them these days. Do they tip $5 for a $7 sandwich? I doubt it.
I saw TV commercials where TacoBell and GrubHub partnered. People are getting TacoBell delivered? This means the industry is catering to people ordering $7 worth of food, right? How does the economics make sense?
I think they do that because they know drivers rate them on how much the riders tip. The word is getting out that drivers do this (and unfairly in my opinion), and passengers are nervous how their rates will be affected.
I mean, what a kick in the pants if you are a passenger, leave good tip in the app but end up getting bad ratings because you didn't do it fast enough.
I see some drivers saying those who say they will tip never tip, but I don't know if they know what they are talking about.
I only watched the first one but that's fake. cop and a dude being chased by a girl? come on. al hollywood.
Will they just merge already?
As I mentioned earlier
Yeah, that’s as man 4’s as 5’s. In fact that’s more 4s than 5s. 4.6 is 1-star every 8 rides (assuming all others are fives).
Yeah, that’s as many 4’s as 5’s. That’s pretty bad
Or that’s 1-star every ten rides (assuming all others are fives). That’s really bad as most drivers automatically rate passengers as a five.
I saw the same article here:
Yeah, I've wondered the same thing. I've never ordered from UberEats before but the pickup seems like a big mystery. If they really had food just placed on the rack, mistakes will be made and homeless may come take the food.
"Transportation engineer." "BA in Uber Studies." LOL.
I have heard a lot of retirees drive for Uber for the same reasons. Flexible hours, a chance to engage and socialize with people, etc. I think it's a wonderful thing
One driver told me if your rating is lower than 4.8, many drivers don't pick them up. I wonder if it's relaly true. Mine isn't 4.8.
Mine is 4.71 after 300+ rides and one driver told me that's low. He says he often does not pick up riders lower than a 4.8. was he blowing smoke?
Well, he picked me up so the joke's on him.
Let them go take those expensive Uber for kids services. They got proper insurance and all that.
The fact that Uber doesn’t have Uber Kids shows how difficult it is to transport kids.
I looked into this as I thought I’d be able to start it in Denver. Liability insurance is nearly impossible to get, and basically to comply with local laws, you need to have special license for the car and also to be held by the driver. Basically, the bar is as high as creating a school bus fleet and coordinating rides for every kid and request. This isn’t on/demand and this isn’t rideshare. This isn’t Uber anything.
So there you have it.
Aren't all SD cards the same.
I wonder how we measure this. LIke, how do we tell how many participated? I guess that's what the screenshots are for, but that doesn't mean they did it all week.
Is this what they say about foot fetishes?
...though I guess this is shoes. Is there a shoes fetish? No, that's people who love and wear shoes, right?
Oooh, I love conspiracy theories.