Who says rideshare drivers don't get paid enough?
Actually, the credit goes to some unknown fella on the interwebs. Found the image in my old phone and it made sense sharing it reflect our current state of affairsThe detail on the starbucks chick is pretty good.....you must have had plenty of time between pings to draw all of that.
Yeah but I don't know yet that the issue is an uber issue until he lets me know what exactly he means by stating that using instant pay puts him in the safe zone. I suspect he means that's desirable to uber and as such they'll keep him around, and that line of thinking I can understand, but he hasn't clarified yet.There is your problem right there....you are using Logic and trying to apply it to Uber. Dont.
I blow through stop signs and red lights, drive 40mph over the limit to cut down on time rates, this way uber sees me as a profitable driver with the new rate change and gives me more rides.So was I don't get the logic. How does you instant paying reduce the risk of deactivation? Cause you're giving them money?