It's what the hackers do, read the entire hacker thread.or is that because the closer drivers are all busy doing one ?
That is definitely not true. I get a LOT of pings where I just say okay, get out of the car, and walk in the door.People, I saw another thread here that concluded that if you are sitting in a resto's parking lot, you will NOT get pinged for them. So what is it?
I do suspect either this, or that they keep track of what places you pick up at all the time and which ones you accept pings from even if you’re a little far away. I think I’m getting preferential treatment for pings from a few places. When I’m 10 minutes from one of my favorite pickups, and I’m not seeing ANY other 10-minute pings, but I’m getting them from that one place or two places I usually am in several times per night, with minimum guarantees, it seems a little suspicious, for example.If you thumb up a restaurant you’re more likely to get deliveries too, or so I’ve heard from a restaurant operator.
It's untrue in my experience. I've even been highway driving at 80mph and get pinged to a restaurant that I'm flying by; 200 ft to the right. I remember that example quite vividly because a) the food was ready and b) was one of my best deliveries to date.People, I saw another thread here that concluded that if you are sitting in a resto's parking lot, you will NOT get pinged for them. So what is it?
No.So if we thumbs up everything except McDonald's well be less likely to get McDonald's?
Uber HATES to allow Drivers to have REPEAT CUSTOMERS.One thing I have noticed.
There are days that i get 3-4 deliveries for the same restaurants, and then they just disappear for 3-4 days.
Its almost like the pings I get are in restaurant groups.
I really doubt that a restaurant gets a bunch of UE orders one day and then nothing for 3-4 days.
anyone else notice strange ping patterns?