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You better be really desperate and hungry to be ordering a food from another state. Or that food is that amazing.
I guess some people do live on borders.
I now have a mixed feeling. I just realized that you guys are talking about cheaper prices for us.
I think many people are starting to feel this way and becoming scared of their drivers. I feel like we reached an inflection point recently. Many of us now feel taxis were safer as those were real drivers who committed to driving,l. Uber drivers are literally random people who could be driving for the first time and have no plans to drive again.
The taxi industry warned us of this year’s ago, and we ignored it all. Now we are at a point we cannot go back.
How would you know if a driver is bad without taking a ride with him (or her) first? I think if Uber app allowed that, there’d be racists and bigots all over the place blocking everyone he doesn’t like.
Or a sexual predators blocking ever male driver. You don’t want riders having too much control...
So you have a different threshold at night. Why is that? I assume safety is involved but it’s not like being attacked is good at any time of the day.
Or is there something different. Say low rating during the day is different from low rating during the night?
How do they know it’s a charger person who’s picking them up and not some thief just loading them to steal?
I heard there are anti-theft mechanisms like wheels locking and GPS, but do chargers have special tools or privilege?
I have heard of this "concerted effort" by the drivers. I am not a driver but have read driver communities talk about this where they say this is their way to stand up to Uber. It's their form of protest of Uber itself and also its "unfair" rating system.