1. Grubhub513

    Save Hundreds by Turning your Phone into a Dashcam

    Let's face it, there are people out there who shouldn't be driving. Those people are going to be the same ones who cause an accident, blame you, and end up making you pay half or more. There are many great video streaming platforms which have channels dedicated to automotive dash cam incidents...
  2. Fargle

    Surveillance stickers

    As I narrow down my choice for a two-headed dash cam, I'm thinking of stickers. I'm in a two-party consent state, so I need a sticker to tell people I'm recording. Can someone recommend some nice surveillance stickers for my car?
  3. D

    I have just started driving - is this legal?

    Hi guys I have been driving on Uber for about 1.5 months in Melbourne and realised I get some really funny and entertaining customers from time to time. I have spoken to police about filming in a vehicle and I have been told that it is legal as long as there is a sign letting customers...
  4. N

    Uber says its GPS monitors your braking and acceleration

    I recently contacted Uber about a GPS issue concerning Uber's GPS. As expected, the customer service rep sent along a boilerplate response that was almost completely unrelated to my question. But in the message was also this bit: For example, by using GPS data sent to Uber while you’re on a...
  5. thorshammer44

    RideShare Survey

    I received an email from a "user experience researcher" a few days ago, who wanted to conduct interviews with current rideshare drivers in Los Angeles on their Uber/Lyft experience. I asked the point of contact how they even got my email and who was conducting the interview, but she deflected...
  6. chi1cabby

    Uber_SF employee caught taking pics of license plates of protesting Drivers' cars

    This vid was shot during yesterday's protest by SF Drivers: Does anyone recognise this "Tyler"?