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If you were the new CEO of Uber, with absolute power, what would be the first thing you'd change?

Posted by DaimsLer on June 9, 2018

I am asking the current Uber drivers, but anyone's welcome.

Carrollton to Atlanta

Posted by samuelteja on July 3, 2022

Hi, I am a Uni student and wondering if anyone can offer a one way ride from UWG to GSU on Friday afternoon? Depending on any offer of help, I would give the more specified drop off location on I-20 itself (no need to be at GSU exactly). I can …

The more you use Uber, the more expensive it gets. (Upfront Pricing)

Posted by StuffinMuffin on April 17, 2018

I figured this would be the case.  With the introduction of upfront pricing, Uber can charge customers anything they want.  They will ask for any amount riders are willing to pay.  I have heard cases where during the hours when the business users are out, the overall fare goes up. …

Can I drive someone else's car for Uber? (or Can my friend drive my car for ...

Posted by SmittenKitten on December 20, 2016

Can I drive someone else's car for Uber? (or Can my friend drive my car for Uber?)

As a driver, have you kicked out a passenger? Ended a ride early mid-trip?

Posted by WWBlueStuff on April 29, 2018

Please do share. Remember when some dude died after getting kicked off Lyft?  I can't help it to think he did something to be kicked out, you know? 

Lyft Passenger Killed in Fatal Hit-and-Run on Freeway After Driver Demands He Exits Vehicle
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Posted by LiChen on June 26, 2022

Can I just click the link in the Estimates, or need to install Individual Apps for the ride call?

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