Lyft Rochester NY new pricing

Garbage Plate

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New pricing. Is it up or down?

Or the same?
 

ShinyAndChrome

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A couple days ago I drove somebody 9.1 miles in 11 m and they paid $12.35. With figures above I am seeing them at $12.17.

Same day I did a plus, 4.8 miles and 12 m and they paid $13.69 but with the above I calculate $13.51.

So it looks to me like a minuscule reduction, which is not good. The good news, though, is that it's mostly irrelevant because nobody uses lyft anyway.
 

Taxi tony

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Yes it does you just have no idea how to calculate a commercial transportation vehicle. That's why you work for Uber. You are the people they like. Now, get to work. We at Uber need a lot of money to settle our lawsuit.
 

Taxi tony

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Hey wait don't ignore me. I no longer do Taxi. I do uber, well kind of. I signed on to Uber about 45 days ago. Since then I have managed to secure 15 personal customers from Uber who called me directly and pay me cash directly. I average $147 a day off of these customers, I only work day times, and I have not turned on the Uber app in over 2 weeks. That's how you run a business. Uber is now my friend anytime I want some more customers I'll just turn on the app and take them.
 

jaystonepk

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That's not running a business, that's called poaching. Uber and Lyft poach from each other constantly so you aren't doing anything groundbreaking there champ.

DT is waaaaaaay more articulate than Tony. I don't think Tony could form the sentences DT does if he tried.
 

Fed truck

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My main man daytripp is back and TT has switched sides I think the world is coming to an end lol. Seriously though tripp where you been I need a good post to read.
 

ShinyAndChrome

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Yes it does you just have no idea how to calculate a commercial transportation vehicle. That's why you work for Uber. You are the people they like. Now, get to work. We at Uber need a lot of money to settle our lawsuit.
No, it doesn't. See my sig. If you have trouble understanding it due to its systematic and analytical approach, PM me and I can help you through it.

Hey wait don't ignore me. I no longer do Taxi. I do uber, well kind of. I signed on to Uber about 45 days ago. Since then I have managed to secure 15 personal customers from Uber who called me directly and pay me cash directly. I average $147 a day off of these customers, I only work day times, and I have not turned on the Uber app in over 2 weeks. That's how you run a business. Uber is now my friend anytime I want some more customers I'll just turn on the app and take them.
Unbelievable. For all the smack you talk you signed up with Uber. I thought you were making a thousand bucks a day driving a cab, what happened?
 

Taxi tony

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And I still talk smack about Uber. But because I am a very intelligent person, I decided that I can manipulate Uber the same way they manipulate their drivers. What they are doing is giving me steady selection regular customers. You should know that a lot of uber customers are not really happy with the prices they are charged, with the fluctuation of the Monies. Therefore I show up i Offer personal, Direct, and reliable service, for a set price that doesn't fluctuate all over the place. I schedule jobs so I can be exactly where I am supposed to at exactly the right time. People would much rather have one person transporting them then not having a clue of who is going to show up when they want a ride. It's not that hard to figure out. You have to remember I have been a professional for over 40 years. Ride-sharing is no different than taxi. I have had many regular customers that I weeded out through the years. I also offer something that is almost extinct in the taxi business anymore. I am white, I speak English, my car is always clean inside and out, I help people load and unload their luggage the way a professional is supposed to, and that give me a edge.
 

ROCuberguy585

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And I still talk smack about Uber. But because I am a very intelligent person, I decided that I can manipulate Uber the same way they manipulate their drivers. What they are doing is giving me steady selection regular customers. You should know that a lot of uber customers are not really happy with the prices they are charged, with the fluctuation of the Monies. Therefore I show up i Offer personal, Direct, and reliable service, for a set price that doesn't fluctuate all over the place. I schedule jobs so I can be exactly where I am supposed to at exactly the right time. People would much rather have one person transporting them then not having a clue of who is going to show up when they want a ride. It's not that hard to figure out. You have to remember I have been a professional for over 40 years. Ride-sharing is no different than taxi. I have had many regular customers that I weeded out through the years. I also offer something that is almost extinct in the taxi business anymore. I am white, I speak English, my car is always clean inside and out, I help people load and unload their luggage the way a professional is supposed to, and that give me a edge.
Trip sheet?
 

Merc7186

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No, it doesn't. See my sig. If you have trouble understanding it due to its systematic and analytical approach, PM me and I can help you through it.

Unbelievable. For all the smack you talk you signed up with Uber. I thought you were making a thousand bucks a day driving a cab, what happened?

Wait....someone explain what's going on?
 
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