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You just kind of go where the app tells you. Often I will start in a certain location where I know I am apt to get a good ride but then from there you tend to go where the app takes you with some exceptions. I sometimes will cancel rides if they are taking me to a really bad location or are super short. Also sometimes you do have to drive back to a more populated location to get a request.
Thanks Jezzis - it shouldnt be my job to take sick covid patients to the hospital!! Come on people. We all know Uber is not lucrative enough to be ferrying covid patients back and forth.
Good point on the heat/temp issue though...
I don't, that is too much effort and how would you know just by looking at someone what music they will like?! I will change it is someone requests I change it but other than that I just keep it on one station all day.
Look at this - riders are required to take mask selfies in some places now. How can they promote this but then deactivate you for enforcing it?
I have never been to Marseille, so I cannot speak from experience but I can tell you in general why riders tend to choose Uber over taxi or vice versa.
The Uber app is nice and streamlined and works around the world (you do not need to download a new app in every city you visit). Also the Uber app allows you to request a car on demand where most taxi apps only let you schedule a car in advance.
On the flip side, many people feel as though taxi cabs are the safer option as generally taxi drivers have to go through more stringent background checks.
Also, Uber tends to be cheaper than most taxi cabs - you can use the fare calculator on this site to verify if this is the case for Marseille.
I love how Uber and Lyft get all up in arms about drivers cancelling rides to rough neighborhoods, yet, do absolutely NOTHING to ensure our safety.
Try typing in the "from" box your starting location in DC, does that change things? You should then see the car/clock icon to make it a scheduled ride. Let me know if that doesn't work!
She posted a reply below, just FYI as I know you give good advice Momof4!
Oh man, I am sorry to read this. This changes everything IMO, I do not think you are being unreasonable. You have very legit reasons to be worried. I know this is so hard for you and scary and it seems easier to just turn a blind eye but that is never going to make you happy in the end. Sooner or later it will bubble out of you, perhaps you can talk to a therapist who can give you some pointers on bringing this up to him? Think about waht you want to achieve. If he is cheating, do you want to stay with him? Do you want him to move back home? Do you want a divorce? Think on what you want and then take steps to get there! Good luck!
lol like flying taxis are any closer to reality
What platform are you trying to schedule a ride? Uber or Lyft or another service?
Sorry that you are feeling this way, a job should not be ruining your marriage! I am a female driver so my experience may be different than a males driver perspective but it is not very easy to have relations with your passengers in my opinion! Many trips are fairly short, you hardly get past the friendly how are you chatter before you are on to the next passenger. Many people travel in multiples making a situation of cheating even more unlikely.
Does your husband drive at night often? I would think this would be a time for more temptation (drunk passengers) but again most girls will travel in groups at night.
Do you have any reasons to suspect your husband? Has he been unfaithful before? Have you found any evidence in his car?
Could your husband pick up another job to earn extra income? Perhaps a delivery driver where he hardly interacts with others?
I can't access that link but I heard about this. Absolutely disgusting if it is true.Hopefully not some scam to sue Uber though...
Ya, I have said it before but riders have been trained that they do not need to tip. That is like telling a dog that they do not need to roll over for a treat and then all the sudden saying "well you should roll over but youll still get the treat even if you don't". What dog would roll over?
Wow, how people do not see or care that both Uber and Lyft are skimming profits off the top of every fare is beyond me! There is no other reason for them to hide this information.
Well if it is an emergency then 911 but if not I am a AAA member which I would highly suggest - worth the money!
This site, RideGuru, has a fare comparison calculator so you can find out how much both of your rides will cost you. Either click the link or click on "Ride" up in the navigation bar. You will have to order another Uber after the concert and as a word of warning, you might have to wait a little bit for an Uber and pay surge pricing as there will likely be a high demand from the concert just getting out.
Personally I don't mind the conversations even if they get repetitive but some questions you will hear VERY frequently are "How long have you been driving for" "Do you like driving" and "Do you do anything else besides driving".
Holy cow, that first 2 lines:
Just shows how few veteran drivers there are.
Since it is the drivers personal vehicle they have the right to record you. Just don't do anything you wouldnt want on camera :)