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well, the likely scenario is that people use the license plate number to identify which vehicle is an Uber car. We all do that on a busy road, right?
The guy pulls up and he says he is her Uber. So she thinks, "oh, ok. Glad I found you."
Provide a way to specify prefereces in user profile. These preferences includ such info as:
- Conversations with drive - yes/no
- Need help with bags - yes/no
- Music - yes / no
- Music Preference - Pop, Hiphop, Classical, etc.
- Gender of the driver.
- Air conditioning - yes/no
Hotels do this where you can set your preferences. Heck, even Pizza places allow you to customize the experience.
There are so many things Uber improved from the taxis.
Honestly, all of these things are areas I wanted taxis to improve ever since I started taking cabs in college.
This stock photo is... not even funny. super hot mom though.
and Miami and Orlando aren't that far apart. Like 230 miles, 3.5 hours. People, especially locals, drive it all the time.
This is a better article than the one from CNBC.
This is so sad... :( "His family said that he was in financial trouble and had pegged his retirement plans on selling his medallion."
There is an overabundance of uber and taxis in Vegas to the point that it's a huge problem. You shouldn't have to worry
At Vegas airport, now they have a designated pick up area and it's far and on a different floor from the baggage claim. A total PIA. Back to taxis.
Oooooooooooo, I wonder how much it will be?! For a company who doesn't need to pay drivers. I can't imagine how much they can undercut Uber
whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty? poor driver. for all we know, it was completely self-defense. think that dude wo got punched int he head by a subway executive.
always have backward dashcam, folks.
and right. that's fair. This Uber gig should be taken as a control group, where for once sexism and being judged on gender may not be playing a big role. I wonder if people agree. It's not like Uber cares for its drivers. The female driver isn't judged by her boss, her peers, or customers by their gender.
I think people do care about the happiness of drivers, level of service, etc.
and drivers would rather keep a larger portion of the fare, so they make more money through Juno, right?
Surprised I haven't seen this yet. I cancel rides when:
1) I can't find the passengers (well, duh), or more interestingly
2) I don't trust that the person who is claiming I am his Uber isn't the person who requested the ride.
I feel like this is happening more and more often. It's a thing isnt?