This is a little bit of a complaint as well as an advice seeker... I was driving an elderly woman to Navy Pier. She was friendly enough but she kept telling me which turns to take even though I knew my route was faster but that's beside the point. Anywho, when we arrive at the Uber drop-off section of the Pier, she became furious when she realized it was the furthest I can drive her. She started exclaiming how ridiculous it was and that it's going to take her another 15 minutes to walk to her destination toward the end of the Pier. I began to apologize and said this is the farthest I'm allowed to go. She then said she's never taking a "Taxi" again and slammed the door. I'm aware of the Uber pickup point that's around the corner, a bit more east into the Pier. Could i have driven her further? Or was i correct in that i couldn't deliver her any further?