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They tried it. Too many people started driving, cars filled the roads, rates plummeted and drivers started committing suicide.
It’s not as simple as you say.
Mine is 4.72. I can't understand why because I am super friendly and I tip big. I also have no, pets take showers, and don't slam the doors. I don't take super short rides, and and...and other things drivers complain about on this forum.
I can't help it to blame things outside of my control, like race or gender or age. I hate thinking that way, but I feel like 4.72 is way to low to be a real rating.
Does anyone else feel the same way.
wait, is buttsore a thing?
There is still R&D. You'd think it's pretty low as their product is built, but they do quite a bit on improving algorithms, introducing complex and new pricing, new offerings, etc.
JOURNALISTS. Can you please stop putting "Uber" in a regular story and calling it a trending news?
This is not a trend.
Agreed. It's such an archaic business model, and people had no incentive to improve it either. I mean, why would they? It's like every medallion was like a tiny medallion, and they all had no incentive to improve.
Well, New Yorkers will keep walking even if they knew, but...yeah, sad either way.
Haaa Haaa haaa.a. Too funny. However, I believe this practice is permitted in certain vehicles with certain licenses. For examples, taxis and car services with livery license. They have been exempt from carseat laws for along time. Now with UberX, that won't work, because they are real people cars.
Hyper savings. Some people really live their days trying to save pennies every chance they get. They are obsessive about it, and they get a kick out of doing it.
Is she super tiny? beacuse the driver seat looks huge behind her.
I love her delivery. She is a natural educator.
How would any driver prove this? I would dispute this with Uber
...plus, what if farting is a medical condition?
Wow, this is actaully a real good set of advice. Learn their name is a great one.
First there was insurance specific to rideshares. Now there is extended warranty for rideshares.
Recently read that an Uber driver drives something like 1000 miles a week. that's 50,000.
How many miles do Uber and Lyft drivers put on their cars?
wait, no. Cancellation Chicken is when a driver and rider faces off to see who cancels first. My bad.
I was thinking about this scam where a passenger calls Uber and Lyft and cancels the other. here's the right link. See #4.
Yeah, this is a thing. People call it the game of cancellation chicken.
Is that really true though. Childcare costs a lot of money. Go to any daycare or nursery.
You know, that's a good call. This is basically to avoid surge pricing, isn't it. That's all it is. No elaborate price adjustments. It's basically a simply message that tells people to just request again in 15 minutes.
not sure about "smaller", but..yeah, definiteyly a test bed.
but remember that Uber alreday operates in Australia. This is indeed going to be a head-to-head. How they all do here will be a good indicator of what's to come in North America and UK.
WOAH WOAH WOAH. Hells no. This will single out people who live far away or in remote areas. Why should they be penalized? If I live in the suburbs, I will constantly be hit with this crappy surge pricing of yours. I am already paying higher fees for the distance driven. Why should I pay even more?
People want to get their exerecises in the city.
I am all for this business to take off, but I do see some challenges. I think there'd be a huge overhead in keeping the equipment in check. There would have to be employees collecting these vehicles all over the city and re-distributing them to places. Some will sure go missing. Some will be broken or get into accidents.