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At first I completely agreed with you but then on further thought I don't think they actually have a booking fee in all their cities.
You might be able to get an Uber across some borders like US/Canada but there is no guarantee a driver will take you that far.
I wish they would do this here in the US so I could avoid drunk males
I thought the same thing. I always move my car out of the way...
Twice I witnessed it while not getting paid when the tipping option first came out. Last week I showed a first time user how to tip through the app. She hit the $3 button and closed out the app without noticing the " Submit" button below she was supposed to tap as well. I wonder how many other pax thought they tipped but unintentionally didn't tap the Submit button in the process as well.
One time I gave a ride to a chef who told me to never eat a restaurants weekend buffet brunch as it is just all the leftovers from the week... I can't seem to enjoy buffets anymore 😔
Well this number is really all over the place, I mean there are people who take taxis everyday to and from work, getting around to meetings, etc. I had a friend who spent well over $1,000 a month on taxi cabs.
However, he was affluent. Most normal, middle class, NYC residents will mainly use public transportation and will only get a cab on rare occassions or when the weather is terrible.
It should be the law that drivers have dash cams - it would prevent so many fake claims by riders! If your not doing anything wrong why would you care?
This reminds me it is tissue season again. Always carry a box this time of year :)
Driving a 17 year old that looks 18 and a 2 year old that clearly still needs a car seat are two different things...
care to elaborate?
This is just saying that drivers now have to make $17.22 an hour, not that it is the cities minimum wage.
My friends couldnt understand why I would drive for Uber, I got a lot of crap for driving for a bit. Now they all seem used to it but I guess the nature of the job does make some people look down on you. their loss, I am the one with the extra cash
Everyone ALWAYS thinks drivers are taking a "longer route".
wow, they charge you? Interesting, I don't like being beholden to someone, hence why I drive for Uber - I work when I want.
In the app, Uber doesn't take tips, just makes it easier.
Don't you think so many people would just click "unacceptable" because they are tight wads? I wouldn't want this to affect my ability to drive for Uber - people clicking unacceptable to save 15%.
I like simplifying the star system, I just wouldn't tie it to money.
Maybe he is a groupie! Just loves Uber and plasters Uber stickers on all his belongings, car, laptop, phone case haha
Now traffickers won't use Uber.