If you don't have an account you can
sign up for one now.
You can also reset your
password if you've
Please take our quick (2 question) survey on tipping your rideshare drivers and automatically be entered to win one of 5 RideGuru Swag Bags!
I don't know but can we sue them if we get in an accident as a result?? Like, seriously, they can do better.
The waterless sprays don't work well for me and like you said you have to stand outside, forget about that. Just go to a normal car wash. I don't have problems with the doors freezing shut. The brushes take most of the water off so it doesn't happen.
Ok I hate to be that guy, but is "short black hair" code for "black" these days? Or is it a white italian guy. Or an asian dude. I mean, are they just afraid to mention race? I mean, you KNOW these drivers know what race he was, and had to of told the cops. It's kind of a huge detail to leave out if they really want people to help identifying this guy.
It seems like not a great idea to me. Electric vehicles are way more expensive to buy. Not having to buy gas saves money for sure but I doubt it makes up for the upfront cost. I guess you could do some calculation to figure that out.
And then there is the range problem... Personally I wouldn't want to deal with that. I guess if you are driving part time it might not be a huge issue though.
Umm. Northeast checking in here. These will not work, not in the winter. Autonomous cars maybe have a distant shot of working in the winter, but trying to get one of these dinky scooters through slush puddles and around snow banks, automatically? Not gonna happen. I'm surprised even human operated ones work in the winter.
One of the great mysteries... They're not paying for gas, or mileage, or maintenance on vehicles. They take a healthy cut of every ride... where does it go?
So don't buy the IPO then? It's ok, I wasn't going to anyways 😁
Daammn. What a couple of cowards. Punching from behind. Can't wait to hear the news that they were caught.
People being "nice", for instance letting me or someone else in when they have the right of way. It is an act of kindness that makes things worse and encourages accidents. Driving should be done by the rules, so everyone knows exactly what to expect and when to expect it. When someone deviates from the rules, suddenly the situation is in uncharted territory and the other drivers around don't know for sure what to expect.
Driving is not the place to show how nice you are (or how mean you are either)... just drive properly.
It's a dominance thing. They don't use the signal because it shows weakness, in their weak minds.
Sit in the back. Front seat is where I have all my crap. I mean, I'll clear it when I've got a full car load but I prefer single riders just sit in the back.
It has been slow but like you said it's normal for January. Other than that it doesn't seem slower than normal for me. The shutdown sucks but it's only 800k people out of like 150 million workers. Keep driving. Then again I'm not really part time so maybe I am not the target audience of that article.
I feel lucky that I have only had lost one acquaintance to opioids. He struggled mightily with it for over a decade and got clean a number of times but just could not hang on. He finally succumbed last year due to fentanyl overdose. I find it hard to lay blame on him, knowing everything I do about his situation. He really tried, again and again. I can't even blame him for getting addicted as it all started with an opioid prescription from his doctor after a sports injury. Those legally prescribed drugs led him and his family into a years long nightmare that finally ended with his sad, pointless death on the floor of his parents' bathroom. He left a wife and two young kids behind.
Drug companies pushed these drugs, deliberately downplaying the addictive qualities of them. I find it hard not to blame them squarely for this problem. Once these drugs get a hold of you they don't let go, ever, and these companies knew it all along.
It's just a horrible situation all around. A true crisis. If carrying narcan will help me save one person, I probably should just do it. Sure wish I didn't have to pay for it though.
I should. I hate that we have to deal with this but I guess it is a fact of life in 2018 and I don’t want anyone dying in my car.
Interesting that they do promotions like this instead of just jacking up the surge... since this costs them money, and surge effectively does the same thing but makes them money. I expect worse from Uber...
No. How is this going to help me get more rides? And don't bring up the tipping thing. People aren't going to suddenly decide to tip me because i have mickey mouse in my car. If anything it will discourage people from tipping...
Wait, so these cops came into a restaurant where you were eating, took your bouquet of flowers, and rifled through it looking for this guy's license? While you were sitting there trying to eat?
Seriously. Those parents are insane.
Shame on those parents. Use your heads.
I would bet it's true for cab drivers. Rideshare drivers? Ah nope. Uber screwed that up with their original "no tipping" policy and now we all pay for it.