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If you want to get an idea of the availability in advance, take a look at the app one week in advance. Like most people in the workforce, drivers schedule their work schedule on a weekly basis. So if you have plans to travel on a Thursday morning at 5AM, just check exactly one week prior. The availability should be similar.
Of course, there are exceptions like holidays that may influence this. but you get the idea.
They've been saying this for years! LOL.
I really don't want you to abuse this, but here's a secret. Just only do it if the driver deserves it.
Give him a one-star rating. This is supposed "block" that driver, meaning you two will no longer be paired.
I am not sure if this is bulletproof if there are no other drivers in the neighborhood.
This article explains Period 1, Period 2, vs Period 3. The periods basically describes different times of the driver's shift.
Thanks for the thorough explanation. Good stuff. I had no ide of the fractions
I know this is the nature of a strike, but it's hard to say no to money.
It's also hard to destroy the metrics that we have been working hard to keep up.
Good news though? Declining only hurts the Acceptance Rate, and that one rolls over in 8 days, right? This note (a flyer?) should mention that.
I think it's genius. It's preying on drivers to make a few bucks more, using their vehicles as a platform to sell goods and candies. It doesn't hurt. If they can make a repetable scalable business that is widely used, they will be a great business.
Customers are prone to buy things while on transit. Think on airplanes and trains. People buy foods, products, magazines, etc.
Store on wheels is a great concept. There should be more of them...but I guess that's where the rub is. Like you said, I am not sure if it's exactly legal to be selling stuff.
I thought OP was emphathizing with Tech Support, feeling sorry that they get shat on all the time. "Poor uber..."
So you make more money on wait time than you do while driving? So you love the time you wait for your passenger. That's like pure profit.
Time for Uber to thinking about defending their own turf. USA.
They are coomiiiiiiiing.
Ooh, I know one. A driver would accept your ride and drive over towards your location. However, they would hide around the corner, claim they are there, and wait five minutes. Then they would cancel the ride, while claiming a "no show."
What you can do as a passenger is to stare at your phone screen, and try to find - on foot - the driver per your GPS. When finding him/her, you must jump out of the bushes and say, "AHA!"
You are instilling fear into people with stats like this. Statistically speaking, we all run into these horrible people. Aren't there 100s of thousands of drivers? If we looked at the background of ALL taxi drivers, bus drivers, school bus drivers, subway operator, etc., I am sure you will find some hardcore criminals with records you never wanted to see.
and they are smart enough to not copy the stupid ones like robot taxis and flying cars.
I've used Lyft in Cleveland and I am pretty sure I saw scheduling as an option. Sorry, that's as close as I got to Toledo
Why is the water beading on that seat. Is that some hydrophobic carseat? I want it.
This is the GetAround, right? they are just stamping it with uber's logo.
How does this work with Uber and Lyft receipts that are in my email? Does it scan through my email and put them inside QuickBooks?