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good point but the reality is that we all seem to get rides pretty quickly. Mine isn’t great at 4.67 but have no trouble.
Quick question. Does the request ever go back to the drivers who have already declined?
Another one. Is there ever a situation where I wouldn’t get a ride eventually because too many drivers declined? Or the distance of the potential drivers got too far?) Maybe I should create another thread for this.
This is scary coming from a driver.
People scare riders with low ratings that their wait time will be longer (i.e. the time it takes for the driver to accept), but it’s literally a difference of 5 seconds and 30 seconds.
I heard this is because the driver gets fifteen seconds to decline. Hence even two denial will be 30+ seconds. Ain’t bad since we have to wait 5-10 minutes for the ride anyways. Sorry. Not trying to be mean.
If the drivers get to keep 100%, how does the company make any money?
or is this like a one time download of $0.99?
Thanks. That's pretty cool. #1 nancy has 42,000 rides. that must be a shared account or something. No one can take that many rides.
Wait, what? There is a leaderboard by passenger ratings? Unbelievable! I had no idea.
You know most passengers don't even know they are being rated by drivers. LOL. There was a thread on this.
It's an April Fool's joke. obviously.
After all these years, I always thought Lyft "Line" was stupid. No one knew what it was.
Shouldn't have to explain these days, plus "Line" has a negative connotation as it usually means you are "waiting in line."
It's about time.
The Lyft Amp is now being distributed to drivers iwith at least 250 rides.
250? Isn't the like everyone
Here's the other pitch. Leaning heavily on the #DeleteUber movement.
25 MINUTES?! Did he think he would get away with that? I wonder if, to not make it as obvious, he just sat there and incurred the duration cost, rather than driving around and making the map look different.
Oh, yeah, Uber's support is the worst. All generic responses that go nowhere. (literally, you often circle back and start receiving same responses you have already received prior) You can't even call them.
Uber does and can check if one person is trying to run their app as multiple people. They can check your IP or your device ID (i.e. IMEI Number, a unique id for your phone)
They can also check for fake phone numbers that you may have created on sites like Google Phone.
Yuh. How do I tip for "distance?"
People are thinking too hard on this thread. Obviously the driver is a creep and wanted pics of a girl in distress. sicko.
It's ok for drivers to "remind" you to tip, but it has to be a gentle nudge. I think most people know that tipping option is there in the app, and we all know reminders aren't reminders. It's a... nudge.