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Sure he did this for research. Looks like a way to write off his personal Uber bills as business expense...
True, but I feel these are important metrics that provide the context. I know many weekend drivers and those who really only drive like once a month for extra cash.
I do not know if that’s an exception or the norm though.
It doesn’t mean they quit, right? It counts people who just wanted to try it for fun. Or just wanted temporary income.
We need to only be counting those who actually made it a career to measure the true figure around % of people quitting.
Time to stop pushing bicycles across freeways at night.
I really thought this post was a joke.
Guys, stop bashing on old people.
This article says seniors drive safer
and remember young people mow down people too. This crazy drives into a crowd because he thought they were muslims.
You say older people but if your company is relying on old people, you are doomed.
They exit the market every day, you know. You are naturally losing your audience.
How do you char a scooter? Are you lighting them on fire.
True that Uber and Lyft dominate but that’s the case everywhere else. I think LA/San Diego have elevated number of challenger rideshares than any other city (maybe except for Austin, Boston, and NY).
The landscape changes though. Admittedly.
Oh, I think drivers DO drive for friends and having a social life.
IVe been thinking about putting my father on it as he seems bored in his post-retirement routine.
The days of the unicorns are back! So much cash, especially considering people are throwing at a bunch of scooters!
I definitely smell a scam happening here.
This type of stuff still works on people, despite Uber making it infinitely easier. Tourists, elderlies, country bumpkins...if they don't know the rules they can easily be scammed.
Those airport pick ups are a pain. Every airport seems to have its own rules.
I never call one ahead for that reason. I wait until I’m at the curb.
Yes. I have done it personally.
Well, Uber "supporting" them means they've been running campaigns and have been recruiting the drivers. So, it does mean something when they say they support those areas.
All I can think about with Phoenix/Scottsdale is that a robotaxi ran over a person on a bicycle.
I havet he same exact problem. I kept checking my scheduled rides. It's almost like, "what's the point" if I have to keep checking.
Wait, I am confused. Aren't you the one trying to collect referral fee? If you do, I can't, right? So how would I make money through your website?
I am sniffing a pyramid scheme.
I honestly cannot believe no one has made a joke about "butt sores." Everyone's thinking it, right?