Uber Black or SUV Drivers

Golfermack

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Where are the Uber Black and SUV drivers? Are there any posting on this forum? How do they feel about driving for Uber? I'd love to hear from them.
 

stuber

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I'm a commercial operator running SUV livery. Quit Uber long ago. There's better opportunities OFF UBER.

IMO, the BLACK and SUV drivers should drop Uber. If you're a quality driver, there's plenty of private work. I rely on my own network, my own customers, and affiliate jobs from small limousine companies. Uber is a loser trying to covert the world's car service drivers into taxicabs. Doesn't work. Let them have the taxi business.
 

Golfermack

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I'm a commercial operator running SUV livery. Quit Uber long ago. There's better opportunities OFF UBER.

IMO, the BLACK and SUV drivers should drop Uber. If you're a quality driver, there's plenty of private work. I rely on my own network, my own customers, and affiliate jobs from small limousine companies. Uber is a loser trying to covert the world's car service drivers into taxicabs. Doesn't work. Let them have the taxi business.
I appreciate your reply. Thank you.

Any others?
 

stuber

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Be patient. I'm working on something that will help us. And I believe there are many of us.
 

stuber

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...meanwhile, I like get to some Uber trade dress stickers, or reasonably convincing counterfeit stickers.

Then, I'm going to buy two or three of the worst looking POS cars I can find. These will be decorated with spray paint. I'll spray "UBER" on both sides of the cars.

Next, I'll find several unemployed associates and pay them $8.00/hour and task them with driving around the city all day.

These anti-Uber marketing specialists will be under strict orders to not pick up any passengers at any time. Instead, they will just drive around and try to be conspicuous. They could park in high traffic areas as well. The important thing is that they're out there and very noticeable.

Eventually the local media will latch on to the story. Then these drivers could have opportunities for being interviewed. I think this could be an effective way of spreading truth to the general public.

Perhaps the trade dress stickers would be crossing a legal line, so I may skip that.
 

stuber

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Dreaming, researching, brainstorming right now. It's likely to go nowhere, but it's worth finding out. If it flys, believe me, you'll hear about it right here.
 
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