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Isn't there another company that does this... play octopus?
I would recommend ordering an Uber or Lyft and explaining your situation to the driver to see if they would be willing to set up recurring rides offline for cheaper (as Uber wouldn't be taking a cut). If the driver you have the first day declines then try again the next day! I bet you will find someone.
I don't think this would bother most drivers but you can always contact them in the app as soon as you request to let them know the situation, if it is a problem for them they will simply cancel the ride and you can request a new driver.
Well, it most likely depends on which company you booked a ride with. I would suggest just using Uber or Lyft and ordering your car when you arrive.
From my understanding, to be covered by insurance and following all the rules that Uber has laid out, you will need to register your car in Georgia to drive for Uber there. You may be able to get away with NYC plates but if you get in an accident you will most likely have a big headache on your hands.
Do you know if there are more drivers than normal in your area?
Guy was going through a divorce and his Uber driver "lifted his spirits" so he paid off her debt... hmm am I the only one whose mind is in the gutter 😈
"Do you make good money doing this?"
Disgusting, not worth the pennies we earn.
Well, from a driver perspective, Lyft is way better to interact with than the black hole of Uber's support team.
Have you tried looking for a ride using RideGuru's fare calculator?
Oh, can you share?!
RideGuru isn't a car company, try using their fare calculator to find a ride for your need.
I second this!
1. Easy access is the number 1 priority. I will pay a few more cents per gallon for a gas station that is an easy in/out and on my way.
2. Not really applicable to me - I would guess you would have to advertise your loyalty program with signs and maybe in online forums like this one.
3. Occasionally but I tend to drive during busier rush hours so there is never much down time. If a driver has to wait they will generally wait around wherever their last drop off was or head to a high traffic area and wait. I have never heard of a driver driving out of their way to wait at a gas station.
4. Hmm, sometimes you will get a passenger who wants to go through the Wendy's drive thru but not often do they want to stop at a gas station. Some drivers also already carry snacks and waters.
Interesting, thanks for the insight.
Have you tried using the heat map feature in the partner app? When you turn your app on, you will see a heat map with different areas of your city shaded either yellow, orange, or red. These areas show you at a high level the demand for rides in different locations around your city. When I started driving I would just constantly monitor the heat map to determine the best times and places to drive.
Full Circle! Curious, do you find the term "hack" offensive. I have known some cab drivers who don't like that term. Same goes for "Cabbie". What are your thoughts?
I pay for the basic wash about once a week but I am not putting extra money into the details like rim cleaning - not worth it.