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Truth be told, I drove two customers (two rides) a few years ago for “fun.” The first was my wife. :). And I did it to see what the big fuss was about.
Any driver must remember that excitement of the first few customers!
- Drivers to them are just numbers. In mature cities, there are plenty of drivers so they really don’t have to do much.
- Yes they despise them and their investment in driverless vehicles speak to that
It’s nice to be completely unregulated.
Disappointed in the law makers that they didn’t do anything in front of these disrupters. Completely failed to protect the existing industry.
The sad thing is that the regulation will eventually apply again and everything will be back to what it was before. THe only difference is that Uber founders and investors will be rich, and folks from taxi industry will be cast aside
Half these things taxi drivers already do.
Wait, are they contractors?
Of course, the biggest challenge is... keeping the pizza level during delivery.
I expect half of them to be like this:
Loving your handle
What's the "same my name thing"? I assume it's when the driver or passenger asks for the name to identify the other person, but I didn't quite follow.
Are you saying that your passenger asked you your name first, but you had to ask them first? Does it matter who says the name first?
Can someone tell me if this is actually working. You know...on the whole?