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Isn't this what they are working on in NYC. City making arrangement with Uber to limit the # of rides and hours they can work. or something
Isn't it more sexist to provide a service only for women? service men aren't allowed to take?
Got something to hide? Hehehe
No, I don't think there's a way to do that, man.
"Broaden this asshole" LOL. upvoted.
Crazy people asking crazy questions
UberEats drivers are always in danger because they are carying food. I am being serious btw. I've heard that in college towns, the deliverers have to be careful and have to check IDs, because people were stealing pizzas from their fellow students.
There is definitley a market for it. Parents spend crazy amount of time to drive their kids around.
The big question is whether you can build a profitable business around it. There are roadblocks that will be very expensive, like insurance and driver training.
No real man watches THE VOICE. Fake.
Fit wants the subsidized government-depending left communist approach.
Wait, Port of Miami? You do realize taht's like 300 miles, right?
I am sure the drivers would be happy to give you the ride. Cost? I bet it'll be like a gazillion dollars.
Aren't all Lyft users Uber users? I always assumed Lyft users are the subset. You pull it up whenever you are not happy with Uber pickup times. Then you realize ALL drivers have both apps so it makes no difference.
This should categorize different Uber services. For UberBlacks, people usually do not tip. I assume this article is referring to the UberXs of the world.
I don't see a black dude. In fact, I don't think any black people work at Uber. and certainly won't be near Dara.
Does this dude rate drivers super low claiming he is being fair? What a D-bag. Just for his cause.
What happened at Uber's St. Paddy's promotion?
Bezos to the rescue!!! I love that man.
Whenever I see an article where an executive leaves, I have to double check if it's he Trump administration or Uber.
This isn't anything to do with convenience or availability of the car. It isn't even about getting to the hospital faster. It's all about HOW EXPENSIVE AMBULANCES ARE!!!!
I paid $1600 for an ambulance once for a 20 minute ride. and that's after the insurance. Total bullcrap. I followed my wife in my car the whole time and I got there only 2 minutes after her. Here's an article for a dude who paid $2700. (link)
Uber is now disrupting the ambulance business which is a total scam!
That started to happen with me recently. I take uber to a shopping area (Framingham MA) for like 14 and on the way back, it's like 20 bucks now.
I don't think it's the extra distance for drivers to pick me up. I suspected it and asked my driver but he told me he didn't get any extra. He thought it is most likely the surge because Framingham is a city and can get busy depending on where I am.
So here's the thing. Now they call it "upfront pricing" not "surge" anymore. It's Uber's new way of quoting you whatever they want....whatever you are willing to pay. So apparently, they know I have to get home (and many people take it from that shopping area), so they can charge way higher. It's pretty crappy in my opinion. So, now I do the weird thing where I take Uber into town and then Tommy's Taxi to get home.
How do these companies that claim to treat their drivers right by paying them more stay competitive with their rates? Uber is already losing money and subsidizing every ride. If Juno or Fasten or whatever pays the drivers more, how do they afford it? Or are they losing even more on each ride?