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Checked out your site. What the heck is a Divvy?
And naturally, I have to ask whether you support non-Uber, non-Lyft, now-Divvy clients. I assume you do.
In the article
When they arrived at the passenger’s address, he put a folded-up bill into Mario’s tip jar. The next morning, he discovered it was fake.
Putting a fake $100 into a tip jar seems like these people are too worried about what others think. I mean, they will most likely receive a poor rating. I guess that's only if the driver rates before he notices...? Hmm, so they use fake bills to get good ratings? Is it really worth it to commit a crime for a 5-star pax rating?
Good post. It'd be useful to know where these companies and their services are available. Any in Philly?
It's a fantastic idea though. There's so much free stuff out there only if I owned a truck!
Yeah, with so much hype around their current valuation. I am not sure if I will get much boost out of it. It's like Facebook when they went IPO. The valuation already had considered for all the growth.
The only thing saving it was that it hadn't monetized through ads yet. Uber though? Not sure how their revenue will be boosted once they go IPO.
Yeah, that's the thing about robot drivers. They can work 24/7 and never complain about being paid or tipped.
wait, what. I never knew this. Never.
I don't think I've even see colors in my app before. I will look tonight.
$2.75 at Boston Logan Airport. That isn't a small fee considering it's 10% of the fare on a $30 ride.
Airports make 100s of millions of dollars on "airport usage fees" or "pickup fees." It's such a big business that some airports have exclusive contracts with taxi dispatchers and sometimes have their own taxi workforce! (BWI Airport Taxi is an example)
Are you even available where I am? Philadelphia.
I wonder why this is the case. I feel like if a person is insecure enough to tell stories about his incredible finances, he can afford to pay a few bucks extra to enforce those stories.
If it's a lie, then they should be okay with paying a few extras to double-down on the lie. LOL.
Most people aren't openly jerks, but sometimes you can tell they are jerks inside.
Certain line of questioning reveals where their minds are at. For example, they would ask questions like "How did you end up as an Uber driver?" or "Do you think AVs will replace your jobs?"
Or just mentioning articles that we already know about. Say "Another Uber driver commits suicide for making too little money."
wait, the carpool guy? i have heard about him but i had no idea he was from philly.
"Driver Ed". haha
It's talking about benefits, swags, free stuff. Like t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, phone accessories, stuff like that.
Maybe even medical benefits. or free movie tickets. all that stuff bigger normal employers would give to its people to boost morale. :)
I don't blame you for taking this as a joke because money is so important to us drivers that you can't even believe people would ask about non-money things.
More competition the better