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How "slouchy" can I get?

Sconnie

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Trust me I can be purposely self deprecating because some treat you worse when you have your shit on track 🤷‍♀️. Ego aside and step down for the end goal. If they know I have issues just like them, it makes me less of a threat and more sympathetic.
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The new avatar is creepy lol
I also dig the new avatar.
 

TPAMB

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Guy, no matter what platform or ride types you drive, do not dress like a slob. I know many are wardrobe challenged but please, dress professionally. Basketball shorts, flip flops and a torn tank top are just not right! Personal hygiene too is important. You make what you wear and appear to riders.
 

L DaVinci

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Guy, no matter what platform or ride types you drive, do not dress like a slob. I know many are wardrobe challenged but please, dress professionally. Basketball shorts, flip flops and a torn tank top are just not right! Personal hygiene too is important. You make what you wear and appear to riders.
😂 If I can’t wear rags to drive then I’m going have to drive naked.
 

UbaBrah

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I keep my car super clean inside and out, I even pick up the loose sand/debris from the floors and beat out the mats between rides etc. But I do dress down with jeans and a hoodie mostly. However I'm lucky because I'm tall/decent looking with sort of a basketballer's physique so I never really come off like a bum. I think as long as you get the basics right, the rest really doesn't matter.
 

L DaVinci

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I keep my car super clean inside and out, I even pick up the loose sand/debris from the floors and beat out the mats between rides etc. But I do dress down with jeans and a hoodie mostly. However I'm lucky because I'm tall/decent looking with sort of a basketballer's physique so I never really come off like a bum. I think as long as you get the basics right, the rest really doesn't matter.
I’m so disappointed in you, you’ll never be an Uber Pro
 

mch

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You can go way more slouchy than jeans and a ball cap.

When I do weeknights I’m dressed in my buisness casual stuff because I’m starting at my day job. Weekends is a hoodie and sweatpants or basketball shorts. It makes no difference as long as you keep a clean car and don’t stink.
 

Invisible

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Some of your responses were making me laugh so hard the people in the area must think I’m crazy.

That cheese face ISN’T my face. I can’t wear yellow. Thanks for the laughs, but now I’m craving 🧀
 
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IR12

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I'm kind of doing an experiment to show that, at the end of the day, all pax care about is tight navigation.
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On weekdays I have to wear reasonable office attire. But on weekends I can wear whatever I want.

Lately I've been wearing old jeans with worn out pockets. Also I like my hunting camo baseball cap which I wear when I'm smoking meats. It smells like smoke all week long, lol.

So far I haven't noticed any ratings dip due to bring "slouchy".

The next experiment would be to see how dirty I can leave the exterior of my car. Very easy now since road salt is applied regularly.

Pretty sure a dirty interior would result in bad ratings.
Pax #1 concern is safety.
 
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