1. WestSydGuy

    Newcastle: DiDi service fee inscreva-se starting midnight tonight

    13% commission for new drivers, up from 5%. Weekly quests that increase based on your performance. Any Newcastle drivers have any feedback?
  2. Lissetti

    Uber and Lyft are in a battle for user loyalty

    Uber and Lyft are in a battle for user loyalty, and riders may win Customers are shopping between the two ride-hail leaders and taking the car with the better price. Ride-sharing customers are becoming less loyal. Americans who used both Uber and Lyft in the last quarter of 2018 accounted...
  3. MikeNY

    A Ride Share APP that will disrupt Uber/Lyft

    An APP that sends a ping to the drivers closest to the pick up. Free Market pricing similar to when Uber/Lyft decide on a Price Surge based on Supply and Demand. Sort of like the Ebay of Ride Share. The difference with this APP is the drivers decide on the price and PAX can decide to accept...
  4. G

    How do you destory a competitor or a company like Uber ?

    By using its own system and processes against them. One of Uber's weaknesses is its rating system. Because of the sheer number of transactions, Uber can't possibly investigate all complaints in a timely manner or in any detail. They rely on feedback and make assumptions. Uber's competitors have...
  5. Lissetti

    Lime Moves Into Rideshare

    Hey guys a poster in Austin Texas, member clayinaustin gave me this bit of info yesterday. Lime will offer car sharing in Seattle, moving beyond bikes and scooters You might be familiar with Lime from its brightly branded dockless scooters and bikes littered across urban landscapes, but...
  6. BurgerTiime

    Move over Uber: Milwaukee-based ridesharing app BidRide allows riders to negotiate price with driver At midnight on any given Saturday, hundreds of people across Milwaukee sling back their last drinks, step out of bars, pull up Uber apps — and are shocked to discover their ride home will cost $20. But not shocked (or sober) enough to turn it down...
  7. Spikey

    Organized Drivers in Seattle?

    I met the Teamster's Union rep for ABDA last week but left feeling that that was more hope in self-organizing. What's been tried here and why hasn't it worked? It should be obvious to everyone that market power resides in the collective of the drivers, who own the means of
  8. U

    Ola in Brisbane & Gold Coast @ 7.5% commission!!!

    Is it true that they are charging only 7.5% commission? Anyone signed up with OLA yet? Heard they got the permission to operate in Queensland and starting soon in Brisbane and Gold Coast. Would appreciate reviews.
  9. Cowwy

    40 ride was 125 rides?

    Hmm... Now I have 40 rides from lyft to get guarantee $430 and uber 125 for $500.
  10. SEAMT

    Who's Competing with Uber?

    Who's Competing with Uber? Article from CNBC, author by Uptin Saiidi Uber faces fierce competition across the globe. The controversial tech company has lost billions of dollars over the past few years amid its attempts to gain users and penetrate major markets: Last year it lost $4.5 billion...
  11. BurgerTiime

    Cabs in the Twin Cities aren't dead yet For 35 years, John Shannon of West St. Paul has made a living as a cab driver. But the last few years have been hard. Growing competition from ride sharing services is threatening the industry's survival. "I...
  12. Jack Malarkey

    Qantas announces winners of its promotion contest for Uber drivers

    Qantas has announced the seven winners of its contest as follows: Congratulations to the winners of the Uber Driver-Partner Competition: C Grossek, QLD A Sarwari, SA P Eland, TAS J Burge, ACT C Sussa, WA K Welinski, NSW N Bruni, VIC. (
  13. Jack Malarkey

    Competition for Uber drivers

    Wonders never cease! I opened my driver app and there were details of a competition involving Uber and Qantas. One driver from each state and from the ACT stands to win a Qantas flight voucher worth $500 plus an accommodation voucher worth $500. To enter, you need to state in 25 words or less...
  14. QLDUberDriver

    Fed up with Uber? Londoners now have a cheaper alternative

    Fed up with Uber? Londoners now have a cheaper alternative Uber faces a new challenger in London with the launch of a rival car-hailing app that promises to undercut the American giant on price as well as paying its drivers more. Taxify, an Estonian company that has spread across Europe...
  15. Maven

    Uber by the Numbers

    This is more about Uber's finances than pay. Source Owler.
  16. BurgerTiime

    New app company only charges drivers $20 bucks a month! RydenGo gets ready to take on Lyft and Uber Posted 1 hour ago by Kristen Hall-Geisler (@kristenhg) RydenGo is cooking up a new model for ride hailing. Rather than taking...
  17. vdaddy

    Chicken Fight

    What do you do during a stand/drive off? If not familiar, you and fellow Uber driver are driving side by side down a street..
  18. Maven

    Uber's Competitors Uber's biggest competitors include: Lyft, Curb, Didi (China), Grab, Ola, and more, especially in major markets like big cities such as NYC, LA and SanFran. On the UberEats side, include Grubhub and Doordash, among...
  19. Grahamcracker

    Don't let Uber take over the world! I drive for Uber and Lyft at the same time to preserve the right to choose unless I'm going for a promotion. Also, I almost never ride Uber for the simple fact that I can't tip through the app.
  20. S

    New Uber app won't let you see other uber drivers not nearby...

    Hey guys, the new uber rider app only shows drivers near your GPS location... That keeps us from finding a lower competition area for a better chance of a ride. Uber keeps taking away info.