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they say, you are getting paid by mile, what we charge the customer is not your concern.
Sounds much like Uber.
I don’t think drivers really care and I doubt it even crosses their minds. I mean why. To them driver and Uber are one and the same.
It’s exactly the same as when you buy an apple at the grocery store, you don’t wonder how many the distributor, importers, delivery people or farmers made.
I am sure the guy was busted and has been deativated by now. I suppose he could claim innocense by saying they share the same phone and forgot to log out and back in as himself.
Yes, but they did win the contract in Santa Monica, which must be a relief to them.
This is some great stats. I wonder if it has changed since it was last collected.
it does make me wonder whether Uber was meant to be performed as a full time job.
I believe great majority of drivers are part-time. More than 80% are part-time.
How much do Uber drivers work? How many hours do they drive?
Why do I mention this? You have to wonder whether Uber driving job is meant to be done as a full time job.
Is Uber even designing or positioning it as a career? or completely a supplemental job for those who already own cars and have extra time? ...because that profile is pretty easy to find.
Maybe it's playnig on "Leap" + "Jeep." and they only have Jeeps as part of their fleet.
No, I have no idea if that's the case. or if they have Jeeps. I haven't care enough to google it.
Sorry. I have no idea. but I found it on the Internet, so it must be true and authentic.
If you are somewhat close (say within 45 minutes) of the city and airport, you shoudl have no problem getting a ride even at 4AM. Some drivers prey for passengers going to the airport or trying to get home from the bars.
I read in another post that it's a good idea to try the app a week in advance of your travel. See what cars are out there during those times.
Right. The whole wiretap statute. Though I believe that only stands true if the party has a legitimate expectation of privacy. In a public place, people usually don't. However, in some one else's car?
Uber has been putting up a fight against drivers around clean up fees, because this practice has increased significantly and there are so scams around it.
For example, they now check the photos that you upload for inconsistencies and verify its origin. The first line of defense is completely automated where it checks for inconsistent timestamp, and they also them against other pics other drivers have submitted, and so on. Maybe I will start another thread for this.
Your comment is so ironic, because the service you call awesome is already gone and shutdown. LOL. I wonder why it didn't work. I bet people just didn't care to have things delivered by someone else.
Plus the service exists. Offered through the post office, FedEx and UPS.
Octopus is a bit different than Vugo in a way that it's basically just a game tablet with apps that people get to play.
Happy passengers = Happy Drivers (and maybe tips?) is their game.
How this is different than passengers' smartphones, I am not sure. I guess the information on the tablet has to be intriguing.
Nope. Completely predatory. Once all taxi drivers are gone, then Uber will raise their prices.
That sounds like a horrible idea.
I can see an alcoholic, with his hands trembling, reaching out the phone and ordering from Saucey.
You mean cancellation rate.
Acceptance is how many of the requests you "accept." Out of those, Uber tracks how many you have cancelled.
Right, whether there is a financial penalty or not, no one wants to be "blamed' for whatever has transpired. I the ride was bad or whatever, and the passenger feels like it wasn't his fault, yeah, I can see that he would try to get out of the one to cause the cancellation.
Ah, the reason you cannot find it is because you are spelling it wrong. It's Mystro.
As for pricing, it's a subscription based model. $99 a year or $13 a moth. so it isn't exactly cheap.
What? Are you guys serious? It's a nickname for
Food + Uber = FUber. It's any service like UberEats and Postmates.
"I really want Taco Bell but they don't deliver"
"Dude just call a Fuber"