Discussion in 'Manchester, UK' started by MEATIE, Sep 23, 2018.
How is this relevant to the London Forum? West Yorkshire is nowhere near London.
Not even confirmed as an Uber Driver in the Article.
Uber if he’s Uber are Uber no matter where in the country they are .
Get back in line on the rank.
We have 3 other UK forums here; Manchester, Birmingham, and Home Counties. May I ask which one this should be moved to? The article itself doesn't violate any of our TOS here, so if you would be so kind to help me out, I'll be happy to oblige.
Yes my love, oh dear...................not us "Luton innit"
"It has not been confirmed whether the vehicle was working for Uber"
Private Hire is Private Hire and not every Private Hire Driver is an Uber Driver.
Manchester is the closest
West Yorkshire consists of five metropolitan boroughs (City of Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, City of Leeds and City of Wakefield) and is bordered by the counties of Derbyshire to the south, Greater Manchester to the south-west, Lancashire to the north-west, North Yorkshire to the north and east, and South Yorkshire to the south and south-east.
Great! Thanks for the info! This is one of the many things I love about this forum, always learning something new. Be safe and have a great day all!
Really Uber are a brand and the way they work is the same no matter where in the world they are ,”move in , undercut and destroy the taxi service that already exists “ , you have no idea of your own Co .
If a taxi driver is from Luton , then yes not us, as the format is totally different then London.
The car that turned up was displaying Uber logos .
Read back what you said, and apply, sensibly (tough, I know) how it applies to this thread
Sorry you struggle to read , so I won’t bother .
You mean you are incapable of doing so
Grow up , I answered a quote,so if you think it’s not relevant go to that quote and question it.
??? You have not answered any quote on this thread -grow up ???
You really are so funny , like a limited mind type of funny .
Errr - you haven't...."Luton innit"
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