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The opposite happens. Not sure about what you said.
This is awesome.
Then again, this is a highly leveraged business model where the profits comes second to everything. They are vying for marketshare and growth in order to beat out the competition. At some point, one of these start-ups will capture the market and take over. That's when they'll jack up the prices.
Can you explain this further? Why can't they raise prices? I even read your Nash Equilibrium article.
Sue? They have to prove neglect or intent on your part.
Just ignore them and worry about it later.
It was at an Amtrak station where the GPS kept taking us to the back of station on the other side of the tracks. It's at Westwood Station in suburbs of Boston. It looks like there used to be a road before the rails were laid down, so the tracks go right through it. We arrived at that dead end once, and then he tried to navigate around it but the GPS continued to take us back there. (I think it was Waze actually.)
I saw the driver in exasperation and when he pulled up to it for the second time, I could tell he wanted me out and tried to climb the back of the platform. So I did. With a suitcase. Bleh.
Look, I can even pull up a map.https://goo.gl/maps/MudVXXUywxF2
PS. Kittery, ME is where I am from! :)
How didn’t it go since? Has it come up from 4.2?
If riders had a choice, I think 99% of people would choose female by default. I mean, I am sorry to say, why would anyone choose a male? Girls would choose girl drivers and men would choose girl drivers. At least out of those who actually make a choice. I am sure some won't care to specify.
The 1%? I geuss maybe Muslims who don't believe in women driving.
One time the driver literally couldn't get me there. The GPS got us to two road closures, and he just gave up on me. Now, I don't necessarily blame the driver for having issues, but the fact that he gave up and told me to get off was just too much.
Every Black Cab driver who studied the London map and had to be certified agree with you.
I don't even see why this is an argument. We all used to tip taxi drivers, so why stop now?
I mean, with rideshares, you get a nicer car, cleaner car, and it's hell of a lot cheaper. So, why not?
Deactivation time. ...though you may be alright as you've only had 10 rides. You are a newbie.
Do the math, you had two 1-star ratings and eight 5-stars. A fluke, maybe? but that's pretty bad.
I sorta get it, but I am not sure if I do. It's still a subjective and relative scale.
open container is legal in some states...
Bwahahaha. $4.00. Is that for real?
and sure. for any normal person.
Unforgivable that a human being watches that show.
Just like anything else with Uber, they just give us wahtever and we take it.
No, no. I finally get it now. It's for avoiding surges... I am assuming. At least that's a good example. If you wait 20 minutes and you knew there'd be no surge, wouldn't you wait?
If you wanna get screwed in case of an accident, by all means...
Never a dull moment in the Uber family. There must be a lot of awkward dinners with two families still duking it out.