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I never looked into it but I figured such a thing exists. It should be an open source.
I’ve always claimed it’s easy to start an Uber-like company. Every taxi company in every locality would just deploy an app like this.
Well, first of all, yes. Second of all, it is assumed here that the driver was watching it on the phone while the sound surrounded him in the car.
Oh, my. You are wrong in two parts. He isn’t dead and he isn’t no longer the host.
Oh, man, what a great question. I am not touching it though.
This all depends on where the cost is for the drivers. Is it the distance driven (gas, wear and tear on car)? Or is it the time invested by the driver?
No, I don’t know the answer to that. LOL. I guess it depends if it’s busy or not
How much for 11 miles.
It's a Ponzi/Pyramic scheme for sure. Look it up.
These businesses start popping up whenever there is a new industry with naive people. They just take the same business model and apply it to a new pool of gullible people.
Before it was make-up, tupperware, nutrition supplements/vitamins, energy drinks, magazine subscription, etc. etc.
I am sure he is an angel in the car. let him vent on an online forum. That's what Internet is for. LOL.
Do you have a link to this information? I am flying into ORD literally this weekend AND the first week of November. That'll be confusing.
I believe they are allowed in London now. Uber paid off everyone. BlackCab drivers rioting but it's a matter of time all settles and there won't be cabs or taxis anymore.
perhaps it's just to do with the changing times.
Anyone can buy them on eBay for $70 or somethng. Same with the Lyft one.
Yes, the starving drivers are selling them off.
Only 68% think they will use it morein the future? How is that so low? Because they take too much of it already?
In the new gig economy that people LOVE (especially the milennials), regulations is the enemy. All of a sudden all the labor and services started falling like rocks (i.e. things got cheaper) due to over abundance of "supply", we all got used to unregulated markets and cheap prices.
Yes, but it's still the fact that he was late and couldn't find you. He can't just blame the technology, and it still reflects on his overall ability to pick up passengers. An experienced driver may have been
The rating shouldn't just be about the intention or the blame, or else any nice driver will have prefect scores. It should be on a person's ability as a rideshare driver.