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Thats a good idea. I wonder if any of the companies have started doing that yet. You would think they want a system in place to avoid such damages and potential costs for them.
It could have to do with the area you are in and the number of drivers available to pick you up. Sometimes I find that there are areas where it takes longer to get matched up because I'm not in a very busy area and it will take someone longer to get to me.
it depends on where i'm going. sometimes uber is actually cheaper than the subway if i have a discount. and when it's raining and i have to walk far to the subway, sometimes i think uber and lyft are worth it because they pick you up wherever you are
ummm i hope not. didn't that guy just get killed?
Why wouldn't you just call 911 on your phone as normal? Seems like more of a hassle to find it in the app!
Most of the people who are on islands are tourists, and the local people don't have much use for a rideshare service. That's why they are not very popular there.
I think it's more likely that the driver is the one to scam, not the rider. They'll try to say you're late or change the destination, take a longer route, say you smelled bad.... the possibilities are endless.
always check the license plate!!! even if the car looks similar. there are a lot of toyota camry's on the road!
I'm not sure, but one time I added a stop and it added a whole other $10 to my trip, which seemed like a lot and i thought it was on the way. never doing that agian
yea.. that'll happen on holidays. Doesn't sound as bad as New Year's Eve, though. That is always terrible.
has anyone actually ever done this? would like to hear your experience