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While I agree with the logic, the 18 is a magic number when discussing law and liability. Companies don't care if the riders are mature enough or too stupid to ride as long as insurance covers the potential mess and they are protected against legal matters.
I mean, there are plenty of stupid people who are also clueless at the age of 18+.
Of course, the law has set the benchmark at 18 when considering the maturity, right? We as a society decided that it's 18 when a person is mature enough, can make their own decisoins, etc.
Ths question is like 1.5 year ago.
Hello time travelers. No, Uber isn't making any money yet in 2018. LOL.
LOL. I kep wondering what PUTTIN was all about. Putting Green?
Live free or die, damn it.
Ain't that the question.
Plus these bicycles won't magically appear at your location. You have to go hunt them down. (but I assume you can see their location on GPS.)
Good job, and you are correct, sir. As a driver, you do have a level of "duty to rescue" this poor woman (and other passengers). There was a thread on this a while back on this forum:
Uber and Lyft decided to hide user info like name and gender, but it looks like driver information should also be hidden...?
Sweet. I am from Boston. So I can walk away if the CC isn't working then.
Serves them right. Drivers always lie about the machine being broken
Yeah, but it ends a happy ending. There's hope.
I see some irony in this. I bet Uber is kicking themselves that they didn't raise rates sooner, because the reason the city is charging these fees is to make it more expensive so there'd be more competition, right? That $400M that city will pocket could have gone to Uber.
well, yeah, of course.
but not as much as iPads and Segways
Yes, I am in Boston and I have seen one or two dashcams...and they were pointed backwards. I assume they were on and recording.
No, I wasn't warned or anythng by the driver. I didn't point it out as I had no idea if it was legal or not. I guess I got nothing to hide. I also get it that the drivers are doing that to protect themselves.
Why are you treating pool paxs differently? they are still paying customers, no? plus, what's it cost you to keep your charger plugged in? or is it anti-theft measure?
If you don't own a smartphone, perhaps you shouldn't be using ubers and lyfts. I mean, what's the point? The convenience is completely gone. go call a cab like all other grand parents.
they will probably go the way of Uber where they will just ignore all regulations until it blows over.
348 vs 416? That is a pretty significant margin.
Freaks him out because of those driver ghost stories.
you must be talking about this
Yeah, 8~13 an hour. Sure, Denver, Detroit, and Houston aren't LA or NYC, but that's a pretty big gap.