It seems the number of minimum fares lately constitutes a pretty significant percentage of any one driver's total rides at the end of their day or night. There's nothing more annoying when that's all you get for a LONG period of time in any given area. One request after another turns out to be 4 people not necessarily well behaved going down the street. There are times when you drive up 4 miles or more to the pick up location in hard to pick up places as is in the case in many areas in San Diego, only to find out that you're dealing with 4 people - luggage and all - moving from one hotel to another hotel 0.8 miles away, or going to a baseball game 3 or 4 blocks down the street, but in an area that you're actually trying to get out of ... I have always and will always have a huge problem with these kind of requests. And on one of the surveys that I have filled for Uber, back in the days when I actually cared enough to reply to a survey from Uber I had suggested that minimum fares should be charged per passenger and not in bulk as they are doing right now. For one, I do not want riders given the luxury of rating me for a ride where my net is a measly 2 dollars because I didn't exactly jump of joy when I found out where they were going and that they were actually costing me money ... Not to mention the so many other problems these minimum fare abusers can cause and that we are all aware of. This in so many ways would make it somewhat fair and limit if not prevent these idiots from continuously request the cheapest ride in town... As I mentioned before, 4 people on a bus = 10 dollars - 4 people on UberX = 4 dollars. How is that fair?