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Isn't driving an Uber a perfect job for someone who doesn't speak English? All the communications are done through the apps.
and hence they will all be replaced by robots. End of the discussion.
I didn't get it either. Google is your best friend.
Unless, of course, there would be surge for asking. Something like 30% of all drivers are females, right? They'd be in too high of a demand.
OOOHHHH< SNAP. I am in trouble.
The question is when can I be re-activated?
More transparency on fees like cleaning fees and especially cancellation fees.
Drivers do ding passengers for sometimes unfair things. Like not paying cash for tip. or talking on the cell phone. or slamming the door inadvertently. Some of this stuff is out of your control.
Are you sure they aren't just answering to your customary "hi, how are you?"
Oh, gosh. This is so not hypothetical. We all know you did it. Whom did you run over? Your neighbor? Annonying college girl who puked in your car?
Right, each owner gets to decide how much. It's peer-to-peer.
More true sense of the form rideshare. No, not carpool. but actually sharing cars. It's really rental service like zipcar, but others can use it. I am surprised at how well they seem to be doing. and with the partnership with Uber, they will be stronger.
Are they actually catching on? Probably operating under a loss, but I do support this.
How is Turo doing?
Surprised no one has mentioned the talent pool that drastically affects the quality and experience of the workers. There are way more men in the rideshare driving market. So naturally, there will be more skilled and experienced drivers that are male out there.
No one knows. Uber just spurts out these features, so everyone is seeing things for the first time. I have a buddy who works Uber and he doesn't know any of these things that are being released. He told me every feature release is phased in and every region has its own schedule. They make no announcements.
People what? People who kill guns?
No. It's a GREAT way to sell drugs.
$26/ month? Give me a break. That's less than how much it typically costs to an airport.
Can we just take a typical users who regularly take Uber? Without the actual criteria, and perhaps a focused at that, the data will be completely useless.
There is Uber service at any time, day or night. If there is usually an Uber near your neigborhood, there should be one any time. It just changes how long you may need to wait.
Just a month ago, someone saw this driver have a dog.
Who the heck sits in the frontseat of an Uber?
"If you're traveling alone, Uber encourages you to ride in the back seat instead of the front. That way, in an emergency, you can exit on either side of the car. They say this also gives both you and your driver more personal space."
I am thinking overwhelming it's the wait time.
Australia? That is NOT where I expected them to go next. That is an Uber market though. It'll be interesting.