Please, STOP crying. On the record, they say that they do not do this, in the general sense that this is not a dispatching priority. But consider for a moment if they did. At one time you also were a Noob and you would have received this benefit. This temporary benefit period has now elapsed, as it soon will for the current crop of "noobs". You are now a veteran and the experience and market saavy you have gained will compensate. This is like the old cable customer complaining that the new cable customer is getting a promotion. Yes, and so did you when you signed up. And then the cable company will @@@@ them as they @@@@ed you. This is the nature of promotions. That is, if this noob prority exists at all. So, be confident in the fact that you have have already been @@@@ed and lived to tell the tale. The next Noob may not be as fortunate.does anyone have proof, or can it even be proven that uber funnels more rides to new drivers? like many here, i suspect
that they do, but is there any hard evidence?
Here' s a thought. Search this forum and learn the answers to your questions. You are not the first man on this moon.I had a thought yesterday driving around Miami, that if you have a higher star rating, you may get offers first before lower star rated drivers? Not sure.