Two drunk girls puked in my Uber and I’ve been slapped with a $150 bill
They won’t answer my messages and blocked me on Facebook
An OSU student has started after ordering an Uber for two drunk strangers who repaid her by throwing up in the car.
Alyssa Wischmann, an Ohio State junior majoring in Social Work, was walking near campus with a friend when they came across two hammered sorority sisters who they decided to help home.
According to the summary on the...
I had my craziest rider ever, and it wasn't even an Uber passenger!
Last night I received a ping to pick up a passenger named Taylor. Shortly after driving towards picking her up, she called me impatiently asking where I was. I assured her I was on my way. 2 minutes later, and Taylor called me again and impatiently asked where I was.
As I was driving down a dark Street, I saw something that looked like a large animal crawling through the street. I slowed down and it was a young woman dressed up like Harley Quinn (costume party?), Joker's girlfriend! This disturbed woman was crawling on her hands and knees through the street sobbing uncontrollably. I rolled down my window and asked her what the problem was. "I am drunk and I don't know how to get home" she bawled.
"Well get in the car, I'll get you home" I told her. I tried to ask her where her home was, and she did not seem to remember exactly where. "I guess you will have to ride with me after I...
I was talking with a pax recently and the issue of drug testing came up. When I explained to them that Uber does not deem it necessary to drug test it's drivers and asked how it makes them feel, they were a bit apprehensive. If I were a pax, it would make me uncomfortable, not knowing if the person entrusted to drive me around is capable of passing a drug test. You have to pass one just to work at Walmart. Why should Uber be any different?
Please vote, I believe this poll will show drivers are mad at Amazon for allowing bots to steal all the driving work. It's like the Amazon delivery mafia!!
Hi all. I've driven commercially for 10 years, tried just about everything. I used to do pretty well with Amazon Flex but not anymore. I can't compete with hackers using bots to get all the work. Why is Amazon allowing this to happen? Now I'm considerring paying $400 a month to get blocks. $400 is the best deal I could find, others were asking $600.
I read this thread (https://uberpeople.net/threads/make-your-own-fast-amazon-flex-block-grabber-step-by-step.188718/) on how to create my own bot app but it's over my head technically.
How are you guys getting work out there? Are you paying for blocks? And with Amazon manipulating tips...
As mentioned in prior posts, I’ve been driving for Lyft for approximately 7 months and just added Uber 20-days ago. I only added Uber because Lyft still does not have a strong enough client base in Las Vegas to keep me busy full-time. Since adding Uber, I never wait longer than 2 minutes for a ping. I no longer respond to “pool rides” tho for reasons too many to mention at this time.
ANYWAY, I typically stick to daytime driving from 7am to 7pm, 7-days, excluding an occasional day off. I’ve been wanting to try my hand at driving the Las Vegas strip at night because several drivers in Las Vegas claim to make A LOT of money.
That being said, tonight I drove both the Las Vegas Strip and Fremont Street Experience (downtown)
…all I can say is yuck! I now know why so many drivers on this site complain of low bullshit fares, difficult pax and zero tips!
I began my evening with my usual spotless SUV stocked with water and snacks. I drank 2 larger ice coffees and was...
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