I've been dying to both relate this and find if anyone has had similar experiences. I seem to have discovered certain types of riders. They don't know each other, but they behave exactly the same. Freaky. The younger girl who is engaged in a phone 'conversation' for the whole 30 minute ride, who's sole interaction with you is to snap pointless directions. I've started giving her 1 star. She always looks different, but it has to be the same girl, right? The fat middle-aged dude who slings the front seat all the way back (without asking to sit in front) and declines to put a destination in. He tells you to keep driving, he'll let you know. Proceeds to get involved with his phone, looks up in time to miss his turn, yelling 'There! There!', and then let's you know you need to be a better driver. Variations on this last bit might be 'You need to listen. There you go, not listening'. This is the sound of you getting one star. The dude who will not move unless the vehicle is less than 2 feet in front of him. It seems the purpose of ride-sharing is actually his personal convenience. He should NOT have to walk to the next-door neighbors driveway (where his pin dropped, incidentally) for his ride. That's not convenient! It's chaos! Thank you for listening, and I do feel better!