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4.6 or lower?

Discussion in 'Ratings' started by upyouruber, Aug 13, 2017.

  1. upyouruber

    upyouruber Well-Known Member

    North Korea
    Any drivers been able to continue driving with a 4.6 or lower?
    Is there any truth to this so-called policy?
  2. SadUber

    SadUber Well-Known Member

    Apple Valley, MN
    I don't think it matters until you're over 100 trips.
  3. canyon

    canyon Well-Known Member

    Ive heard of people 25 trips in getting warnings that if they don't raise their ratings to a 4.6 or above within 30 days they would be deactivated. But at the same time it would be different for someone else. So if you haven't gotten that warning I wouldn't worry. Try raising your rate by working during the daytime. Stay away from the night life until u get your rating up past 4.6
  4. upyouruber

    upyouruber Well-Known Member

    North Korea
    My rating is not of concern (4.84)
    What I want is real, confirmed sources to this question since everything else seems to be hearsay. Uber themselves does not
    post policy on this matter. My belief is that it's nonsense, Uber needs drivers. Seems only very serious offences, expired doc's etc lead
    to possible deactivation.
    BTW canyon, I EXCLUSIVELY work nights for many obvious, and not so obvious reasons LOL!
  5. Terysmit

    Terysmit Member

    Well test the theory

  6. Uber_Yota_916

    Uber_Yota_916 Well-Known Member

    I am about to take my Lyft rating below 4.6. I'll let you know what happens. Lyft passengers are the worst.
  7. upyouruber

    upyouruber Well-Known Member

    North Korea
    Worse than Uber PAX's? Not likely?

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