Discussion in 'News' started by BurgerTiime, Jan 3, 2017.
Can I sue Uber over nightmare rides I am forced to give ?
Yeah, that's a good one!
The fatigued driver thing is going to cause problems for uber, and it could ultimately ruin the whole game for them. People shoulnd't be moonlighting a job like being a taxi driver. The fact that people are doing this part time is making it a more complicated issue.
Weekends, maybe, 5-6 hours after doing your other job is just a bad idea. The career cabbies like me work all night and sleep during the daylight hours. The worst I have done is 5:00 PM to 10:00 AM but i only ever did that maybe one day a week and always took a siesta at 3:00 AM. Most of the time i do straight 9-9 shifts or 5 to 5s.
that's what happens when Uber hire inexperienced drivers and pay them a lot less than the minimum wage so they have to work 70 hours a week that lead to driver fatigue and unsafe ride
Wasnt technology suppose to make life easier? The early 2000s was the best time of life with pay better and just the right amount of technolgy. Everything is to advanced to learn and these tech companies just have a modual of "we will handle it" but its made corporations into bigass robbers.
Bring on the lawsuits! Who's got their popcorn?
"Failed to properly train their drivers" ....?....Uber trains their drivers?
This is a technology company
In lawsuits, Uber does not hesitate to say that they have no drivers, no cars, and no safety policies.
They emphatically proclaim they are merely a lead generator that licenses software.
They cant tell you anything else about anything because its all trade secrets.
This is the face of Uber when you have a serious problem. They have your back, with a knife stuck in it - pax and driver alike.
My my... deleting data...
Pay a forensics to find it, tons of corps are using this tactic today, the gov should already step in and give them an absurdly large ticket if they are found tampering with evidence, by human error or on purpose.
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