Mine was about six months ago. I picked up two women from a cell phone store and the destination was a Walmart neighborhood market. Across the street! They said traffic was heavy and they didn’t want to chance walking across the street. My trip from pickup to drop off was about 200 feet. There is a crosswalk about 300 feet away. ONE STAR!
Don't know about you, but I didn't sign up to get a bigger ass. Between work, baby girls soccer and uberring, I am only able to work out twice a week and walk during practices. Uber doesn't care about your health. We can be a bunch of 300 pounders. Long as we can still drive, Uber is satisfied. What say you?
An addendum for the slow people, because sometimes, they need help with reading comprehension:
Uber doesn't care about you, so make sure you take care of your health.
Hopefully I dumbed it down enough for even the slowest to understand.
They lose $3 billion in a year and driver's need to do math?
Uber CEO to drivers: “Do your math”—We’ll actually need more drivers in 10 years
With Uber’s autonomous-car ambitions barreling full-steam ahead, it’s understandable that drivers who work for the company would feel anxious about their futures. But Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber’s newly installed chief executive, is here to allay those fears—or at least try to.
“Ten years from now, are we going to have more drivers than we have today? I absolutely think so,” Khosrowshahi said today at the New York Times...
Uber is gauging its drivers’ interest in providing TaskRabbit-like services for consumers and potentially other businesses, Recode has learned.
The $69 billion company sent out an email to drivers asking if they’d be willing to take on other on-demand jobs — such as cleaning, moving, or food service.
The email, which came from the company’s research department, reads:
“We would like to ask about your interest in receiving requests from Uber to perform other types of tasks on a flexible basis. Task requests would be similar to ride requests from Uber. A request would be sent through the Uber app for a task. If interested, an Uber partner would accept the request and then travel to meet the request at the specified task location.”
The email then links to a survey which asks what would be the lowest hourly pay a driver would accept for the following tasks: Healthcare services, moving services, customer service, retail, cleaning...
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