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I don't know anything about GA, but in my area, a lot of towns offer discounts for seniors on Lyft or Uber via various councils on aging, senior programs, etc. Worth looking out for.
Where do you put your luggage?
Yeah I mean it's still just going over the cell network... so it's not gonna be faster than your phone. But if you are using a laptop and your phone doesn't do hotspot it would be useful.
Yeah, I guess it does affect the "should I kick them out" decision.
Just wanted to point out that the fact that he was handicapped really has nothing to do with this. Handicapped people do not smell any more than able-bodied people do. It sounds like this guy might have some mental problems though. Sorry you had to endure it. Definitely not an open and shut case on what to do in this position as the driver. I think you did the right thing fwiw.
I feel like this guy has some problems.
Voice of wisdom...
So has Uber's total # rides declined as a result of Lyft's market share increase? Or has the entire market grown, and Lyft's just gotten a bigger piece of the bigger pie?
Ok let me get this straight. She followed this guy into his house. That was not a smart move. She didn't deserve what she got but she does not seem very street smart.
LOL. Yeah she'd be all waiting for me to figure out who she was... and I'd be all like trying to make small talk. "So do you drive for uber full time?"
LOL. what a laugh. If all these drivers are making 200K a month, guess what. They ain't gonna be driving. This business is doomed to fail.
I always laugh when I see all the hype about AVs. They tested in Phoenix, and did great! Almost ready for prime time! It's like... yeah, phoenix. Does it even rain there? 😂
They are locked in a never ending battle to the bottom with Lyft, and Didi and Ola are on the horizon as well. It's hard to see how they become profitable any time soon. It's really just a matter of who can hang on the longest, but with investors continuing to shovel money into the black holes of these companies, who knows. Could be a long while.
Not a mechanic but know a bit about cars. Starting an engine cold is hard but if it's warm already, no big deal. The pistons are all oiled up already, etc.
So I wouldn't worry about it. I'm sure the engineers that designed these systems considered it, and they have an interest in building reliable cars.
Yeah, I mean, there's some weird gray areas. If you're in a car, driving down the road, are you in a public space? What if someone films you from the car next to you? What if you have tinted windows? Or, what if you're in a convertible?
Wouldn't an uber car technically be considered a public space? It's not illegal right? Just against Uber's policy. I guess that makes sense.
I hear ya. It's like Lord of the Flies out there. I get depressed thinking about it sometimes too 😔
There was a great Black Mirror episode that takes this whole idea to the extreme. "Nosedive". It's kind of funny, in a horrifying way... Here is a little trailer:
Interesting... well, I see your points, but I guess I also kind of accept that this is the world we live in now. A world of likes and dislikes and ratings. I'm not saying I like it, actually I think I kinda hate it, but it's not going anywhere anytime soon 😟
well, 4.8 is pretty good. Some drivers just don't like to give out good ratings. Dont' ask me why. It sounds like you are doing ok though.
Serious question: aren't policies like this usually only applicable to pets -- don't service animals fall under different rules/laws? Or does it depend on the company? Not having a service animal I am not sure how it works.