Discussion in 'London' started by Emraan, Jan 9, 2019.
Like all Uber drivers I have a private jet, off to London
Why r u worried that much?its only cabing job f the insurance do somethingelse if it goes up.u b on antidep tablets next year if u continue this job
Wonderful you did a great job by finding this google map pic! It made it easier for me now to explain. You see where M4 East is written on the middle lane, he was right on the “4” sign on the middle lane when he decided to jump into the right lane and try to jump over to M25.
Thats where exactly we collided and the unfortunate thing happened.
Thank you for your reply! I went to my solicitor and indeed I was told it’s not my fault because he was the one who changed lane towards right that’s enough for liability
Calm down mate if it wasn't your fault you have witnesses and police report you will get compensated for time off as well good luck
I would have thought you would have learned that on your first driving lesson????
Agha that's only race not racism there's a big difference you guys are fast drivers specially approaching m4 Heathrow spur
No offence your Uber rating doesn’t mean FA to anyone or anything
That's what I thought, Uber rating does not mean your a brilliant smart SS Driver, for anyone that can mean you open the doors for them, you provide sweets and candy,bottle of water with paracetamol and not to forget AUX cable.
I’ve opened the door for someone before I still got 1 star
I will never get out me seat to open a door or to open my boot, unless you are disabled
I used to go mad when I see add lee trying to jump used to stick to the car ahead and never give way nothing will change it will just spoils his day and that's the bit I like
Try remember the car does not belong to the Addlee driver and it will take the time it takes the recovery to drop the Addlee car to Hayes for that driver to be back on Rd , where as if ur car gets damage ul be off the rd for a bit and even if u get compo u will still make a loss .
Try telling this guy:-
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