I’m rejecting an awful lot of rides. While my life is much more peaceful, I’m wondering just how far I can take it before they let me go.
I'm 4% acceptance for a year now and nothing except the constant parent like warnings you get from Lyft.
You mean cancelling or not accepting? Excessive cancelling might put you in trouble. Acceptance rates can go down as low as 0% because this is not going to disrupr their business. There is always another looser like me at the next intersection. Lol.
Acceptance rate is around 30%. I might cancel several times a day (12/hr day) mostly Lyft because they have that bad habit a of assigning riders that I never accepted. Whenever they do that, I cancel as a matter of principal. When will Lyft learn? If you force a rider on me, I’m going to throw that rider to the curb. And that’s all on you.You mean cancelling or not accepting? Excessive cancelling might put you in trouble. Acceptance rates can go down as low as 0% because this is not going to disrupr their business. There is always another looser like me at the next intersection. Lol.
You've already been deactivated
Who are you calling slacker
I use Lyft at airport only....here it's like 5 Uber's hailed for every one Lyft....you could get three Uber's (I decline anyone under 4.8) most days before one single GRYFT ride. On both I don't accept any low rated people. The last thing I'm doing is taking a chance on a no tipper Satan spawn with usually 17 miles or more trip average.Don't know about lyft since I only accept lux. With Uber my app on for about 4 hours and not 1 single trip accepted except by mistake last 6 days. Uber does not have much lux. Of course immediately cancel don't charge rider. If I get a $10+ surge will accept provided less than 3 minutes to pickup and less than 10 miles to destination. It's plane ignorant otherwise.
Btw when uber surges lyft lux gets busy. Riders already learned lyft lux usually cheaper or same as uber's surge pricing. Every time I'm in surge area i get lyft lux pings. That's only reason to chase uber's surge.