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Wow, $216 for a tow. ouch.
Since you are on the road, you should have some road-side assistance service. AAA is always the one to come to mind. It's about $90 a year, and it gives you free tow, battery jumps, tire changes, etc.
Some credit cards offer similar service albeit, unless you have an elevated privilege, you usually have to pay. You basically save you the trouble of not using Google MAps.
My mistake is your gain. You get a huge discount on car insurance with AAA. I cancelled AAA last year thinking I have other means, and then my car insurance premium had an adjustment for $66. I think the AAA membership was $88, so the net is... $22 a year.
They might as well as call this a coupon book because there are restrictions and you have to pay over a certain amount. It isn’t an all-you-can-eat model at all.
This is just a way for these companies to hook the customer I to paying a minimum every month. It guarantees a revenue and investors love that
Only 40 days? That's incredible. If I remember correctly, those scooters cost thousands of dollars.
and they charge like $2 a ride.
Look. This site foreshadowed this over a year ago.
The question was literally "
Is this true that UberEats only offer Thumbs up and Thumbs down?
This video says he sleeps in the "rideshare lot." What lot are they talking about?
The providing transparency must be a weird feeling to Uber. and scary.
My impression was that I am definitely open to using their services, but they just do not seem "on-demand" enough. I want little car icons swimming around on my phone, and I want to summon one within minutes.
I did just look into them, and one good thing I learned is that while you do have to "book them in advance", they can be available as quickly as 1 hour. That ain't bad. For trips to the airport? I'd rather take that reliability.
No, it's not okay. There should be a bigger penalty for canceling on the riders. Are you being serious...
They are expanding their business.
It's prefectly ok for a business to lose money when they are expanding. They are investing in new staff, recruiting, local offices, marketing, etc. Those cost a lot of money. In the beginning those are all expenses with no profit.
Uber's ambition is still strong. While they pulled out in some markets, they are opening up new locations al the time, even in the smaller cities around the world where the profitability may be suspect short-term.
Let's give them a bit more credit.