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Makes sense. So it isn't right to blame it on rideshares. Those people were all getting to the airport somehow before uber came along...
The increased use of ride-hailing services has also contributed to the traffic, which sometimes backs up into nearby neighborhoods.
Why is this? Is it because all those people were using public transport before rideshares came around?
Sweet kid. He'll go places.
"can you please slow down?"
Not that hard... You're the customer, you don't need to sugar coat it.
That first video 😂
omg the exercise bike 🤣
LOL this article is the gift that keeps on giving.
Employees said champagne geysers erupted, and bottles of liquor from Kalanick’s time at Uber were broken out. The branding on the bottles of tequila and whiskey, which employees had kept in their desks or brought from home, featured an old version of Uber’s logo that has since been phased out. At one point, Uber was forced to prevent an employee from driving home...
Gee, someone should start a business where you can just push a button on your phone, and someone comes and picks you up... It would be perfect for times like this!
Well, if you were to find an Uber willing to take you that far (I'm not sure it's even possible given the border crossing), it would run you in the neighborhood of $350 for Uber X, which is the cheapest option.
I think the bus is the best option. Too bad about the timing though.
That's a long Uber ride... It's a 4 hour trip right? Any reason you are not looking into flying to Albany?
I don't think cheap rides are going away. If either Uber or Lyft raises prices, the other one will win, simple as that.
If they want to reach profitability they have to cut costs elsewhere. Uber has spent a ton on R&D eg. for their AV program. I wonder if that will go by the wayside.
I don't even know what Lyft spends all their money on.
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.