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What an excellent question. Well, yeah, the drivers have to fill up at some point. Come on.
I suppose they can go offline like a cab would if the gas gets low, but depending on where the passengers are going, you know?
The price of the trip won't change, right?
I’d love to see the breakdown of male and female drivers. Equality is far away
That "logo" is now just text though. They have decided to not any logo or images. Just word. I guess their name itself is enough.
I've never heard of either of them. Scoot and Skip?
If the timing chain or belt was gone, your engine and its pistons inside would fall apart. Your car would be dead on the side of the road.
Good for you to have known that. I am not sure if that's a common knowledge. To think that this mechanic may have gotten away with it with others makes me really mad.
BTW, I feel like $10,000 repair should be a red-flag on its own. Removing and replacing timing belt is a huge pain, of course, and requires lots of hours. If the engine is busted, sure, maybe more labor. However, $10,000 on what I assume to be a 10+ year old car (I am assuming), it just ridiculous. Might as well total the car and move on.
like a gay joke?
or like getting screwed by Uber up the butt joke.
Wow they have 4.4? That's so high. Wait, their iOS app says 4.5 star. Surprised
Then again that's still deactivation worthy.
You confused me. I wasn't sure if this was a hypothetical or if you (the OP) were offering this out of your own pocket.
You are talking about this
Passengers dropping the pin in their favorable locations? Nah!!
Of course it happens. Riders are all out to get you. Keep your guard up.
Damn. That's scary.
I empathize, but I have to say. Were there any crimes commited that night? Perhaps the only crime was you attempting to roll over the poor man.
Umm... You have a wild imagination. and I hope it's just imagination.
People with Tesla can do whatever they want. Their birthright.
@FitBit, yeah, it isn't about fair, right? It costs drivers to provide service to those who are in remote areas, so they should be paid more. I mean AT LEAST even to cover for expenses, like driving to pick them up.
People choose to live in remote locations. That's their choice and that's the cost they decide to incur. Simple.
I mean, they already drive themselves home and use more gas.
Nope. A comedian "kills it" at a comedy show. Not a person.
No, don't ask what "it" is.
How does one figuratively kill a person?
sorry, I think the ponytail threw me off.
Maybe it was her kid using her account at home. YoutUbe or wahtever it was on.
Yeah, even Tesla couldn't make it good looking.
Surprised no one has mentioned CarGo
I have to say, it's surprising Uber hasn't taken a greedy route and just allowing multiple cars to be dispatched.