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I once had a guy who I swear to god must have just crapped his pants before he got in my car. I cannot explain the smell otherwise. It was so bad I was rethinking all my life choices during that ride. I'm not even joking. I stuck it out since it was a short ride and I was too polite then to say anything but I did open my window all the way. If it was winter it would have been tough. I was relieved the back seat was not messed up afterwards.
But you are right those smells can linger and linger and in our business you can't have a smelly car.
If I got someone like that again I would probably ask him to get out (if in a safe area). We DO have the right to refuse service for a case like this IMO. Think of a restaurant. They can absolutely ask someone to leave if they are disrupting other customers meals in whatever way. Since the smell sticks around this guy was disrupting your future pax.
They burned through $20M a month and got no self driving car out of it.
I burn through a couple thousand bucks a month, and get no self driving car out of it.
Therefore, I am a business genius.
A Babe Ruth-signed baseball, a white gold wedding band with diamonds, a full set of 18K gold teeth, Yeezys and white leather snakeskin Louboutin heels were among the most expensive items.
WHAT. Why do I never find diamond rings in my car?? "Hmm, sorry Uber, nope, never saw that one... they must have dropped it at the bar..."
Just kidding. I would never keep something like that... or would I? Well now I'm not so sure.
Well, I mean, technically you can easily get a ride from the police. But probably not home...
How does something like this happen? Just... curious.
Medallion lets you pick up street hails. Smart phones killed street hails. Street hails are dead, forever. So, this makes sense.
But I feel really bad for the people who got screwed in this. Some really tragic stories out there.
You can't really keep them clean. It's pretty much hopeless. I go to the car wash frequently. Once a week or more. Also make sure you get a coat of wax. The wax stops things from really clinging to the car and makes it easier to keep clean.
10:40 a.m. Dec. 13 in the 200 block of North Michigan Avenue10:30 a.m. Jan. 2 in the first block of East Wacker Drive11:50 a.m. Jan. 7 in the 200 block of West Wacker Drive
These are all within a few blocks of each other. The guy probably lives around there.
Detective lionfool on the job here 😎
File this under "not my problem" 😃
Does anyone else feel kind of like.. this is too much? I mean, jeez. I'm not luddite but the thought of thousands of these things driving around the city on their own, unoccupied, is a bit unsettling.
Wait, so taxis are getting a 2.50 fee, and Ubers a 2.75 fee. I mean, it's pretty egalitarian is it not? I don't see how this puts taxis at a disadvantage. I guess they are trying to lobby for being exempt from it.
that, and it's just... kinda weird when someone sits up front, alone. I don't really mind tbh but it's just a little awkward sometimes. Usually those people are really talkative which is ok by me.
Pretty solid result if you ask me...
It has always seemed a bit weird to me that CUSTOMERS of the service get RATED. yes, drivers should be rated by customers. That makes perfect sense. But customers??? They are paying for the service, they are not paying to be rated. Its a really strange system if you ask me.
Guys... These companies are going to be way over valued. Stay away. If you want to invest wisely buy some index funds and hold on tight.
Some squishier than others 😆
People are cheap and lazy, that is how it's possible.
Yeah, that's about right. Definitely not worth it.
A good technique if you want to get a company's attention is to tweet at them about the situation. That way it is public. A lot of times they will respond.
Well the logical conclusion is that riders think that the rideshare companies are taking too much of a cut. Right? I mean the way Uber now seems to just take as much as they want and screw the drivers, there is plenty more they could be paying us, and riders are smart enough to sense that.