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This has happened to me before too. I told the driver that I refused to cancel and called him out for trying to collect the fee. I DONT CARE if it looks bad on him. If he is the one who is telling me he can't pick me up he SHOULD be the one responsible, not me!
I would think that the driver does not get paid until after the passenger pays. Uber would not just pay them out of pocket! Hah.
What about scheduling a trip to work every morning? How do I do that?
It's easy to falsify the pictures especially if you've supposedly taken so many on your phone! Seems like a legitimate way to make sure Uber drivers aren't taking advantage of the fee.
because, that is what society has become!
Why can't I just hold my child in my lap?
does it still show the driver information like how long the trip was? what if they just remember the address in their head?
hopefully i will not be alive to see that day .
i can imagine this makes going home a lot easier. although i heard you shouldn't put in your actual home address, so your uber driver can't try to come back and haunt you or something lol
i usually can tell when i get a driver that is going to give me a bad rating, most of the time i cant control the situation but im fine with it. at least uber wont kick me out unless the rating is super low
try public transportation if you're that worried, but defintely don't drive drunk.
you could use rideguru! lol, you are already on the website afterall. they make it easy to tell you what steps to take
sometimes if you go really early before anyone else wakes up it's cheaper
i saw this article on the topic. This is what it says the reason women make less.
haven't you heard about the big to-do with self driving cars? Uber and Waymo are seriously going at it right now.
It's all about being an entrepreneur. You can start something if you have the passion for it! Look at all the other smaller rideshare companies that have emerged against Uber.
And keep in mind, too, that you will need to be sharing your car with strangers. And if you're working on weekends, that could get messy.
yea never hurts to contact uber, usually they get back to you pretty quick
I think the $15 goes right to the driver. It is your responsibility to take care of your own belongings, so even though you met the driver, you still have to get your phone!!
Think about it, you could have left your phone in the middle of the street and had the driver not return it at all.. that would be a lot more money than $15