This is a reason to protest...

Goduckies

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I do and did, that's why I drove, but only 2 rides until after the Sharks game.
 

Larry$$$

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The 25% has long been wiped by upfront pricing, which became's U/L's savior strategy to trick the ants into getting fixed amounts and not concern themselves with what the riders are getting charged.
How does upfront pricing work? If I get charged for point a to point b. Then say I changed my destination to 5 miles further. Will it change my upfront price for the ride? I never taken a ride before.
 

warsaw

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Exactly! The price quoted is an estimated amount, but could change dramatically if the destination gets updated or a much longer route is taken by the driver.
 

warsaw

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Dude, you misunderstood my response to the previous comment.
I meant right as you're right, we're getting screwed.

But for Uber, there's no right or wrong, because they pay you according to what you've agreed to when you signed up and accepted their contract terms.
 

Goduckies

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Was responding to Jared.
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I actually am taking this picture and a Lyft video I took up to Sacramento later next month ... we have a right to talk to our representatives and that may be a way to get this changed.
 
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