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I think the commonsense would reveal that cab drivers generally would have more experience and considers it as a professional gig, so they'd be safer.
I am sure this isn't true always, but I can't really come up with arguments for Lyft drivers being safer or better drivers.
You’ve got a lot of content there that are raising Lots of questions in my head. Here are two
- what is GPS faking and why would they do that?
- how can taxi drivers drive as Uber and Lyft? That wouldn’t be allowed, right? Unless of course your taxi drivers drive their own cars that are registered in their name.
Maybe the person thought it was funny?
I apparently don't deserve the premier drivers. I wonder what my driver rating is. This is assuming Uber hooks up similarly rated drivers and riders together. That is a thing, right?
wow, that's very good.
4.87 is the highest out of any driver I have seen. Saw it in Indiannapolis when I visited and I couldn't believe it. Then again, I am from Jersey, and I'd imagine either drivers suck here or users rate critically.
Actually, I was thinking about one of those electronic scooters. $0.15/min vs. $1.00/min.
Will RideGuru be supporting these rental bikes?
The liability aspect will change. for example, Uber will be more responsible for the actions of employees. so if a violation is made and damages are caused, some of the blame and liability can fall on Uber.
At some point, I'm gonna start thinking there is a conspiracy to stop the autonomous vehicles.
Taxi drivers hauling themselves in front of AV cars.
A poor person died from this accident, and there's a billion dollar industry in turmoil. and you guys are talking about this dude's ponytail.
Does it suck to be this person? "the first known death of a pedestrian struck by an autonomous vehicle on public roads." ...or honored.