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and they wonder why they are being regulated. (well, attempting to be regulated)
This is hilarious
I didn't even know you could do this. Don't they just verify it off of your credit card on file or something?
Per mile dropped. Per minute increased.
They are pulling the wool over your eyes. They are trying to make it obscure, so it's more difficult to identify whether this was a paycut or not.
In smaller town, you may actually know the drivers and their reputation. What if your friend told you to not take a ride with some creepy dude?
Sorry, I lost it there for a minute. LOL. What I was trying to convey here is that this new rule, whatever it is, may help drivers from doing this crap.
I don't drive, just a regular passenger. I looked at this post with a mixed emotion but after a few seconds I realized that this is a good thing. It's a good thing that drivers get to know how long the ride may be. You know why?
Drivers will stop scamming people. They accept a ride and if they don't like it they just sit there, ignore your calls, and wait until the passenger cancels.
I think it's madness and I cannot believe this is allowed. I was told by someone to never cancel on behalf of the driver, because that's what they want you to do. Once I was in Miami airport and the driver claimed his car was broken, as he sat right outside the airport. I knew he didn't want to drive to Miami Beach. I never cancelled that ride, and had my friend call another.
The driver even called me to cancel. I didn't. Then he had the audacity to drive over (on his BROKEN) car and start the trip from the airport. He did stop the ride in 1 minute, but he got paid the pickup fee and rated me 1-star. WHAT MADNESS IS THIS?