I'd totally use it. They'd be nice, clean, polite, helpful, patient, courteous, friendly and give terrific service and for about half the price you'd pay at a street corner for an older model, smelling of smoke and being rude to the customer. I'm still an UBER rider because it's a great value, but I've stopped being a driver after about 4 months because it's clear that UBER management don't have a clue about marketing their service. They're happy to provide a vastly superior service at around half the price of a taxi because it's MY time and resources they're giving away! Example: recently they've been pushing hard to get drivers in Greenville, SC to go to Clemson (a college town about 45 minutes away) on game days. So I did. Once. 7 rides in 3 hours. Average time to locate riders outside a busy football stadium at full time...13 minutes. Highest fare ... $8.94 Tips...$0 Number of times riders tried to stuff more than 4 people in my car...7 Number of riders who just wanted me to take them down the street to their car...3 Calculating my vehicle costs as $35/mile, the amount I made for the day ... -$8.67 (yep, that's MINUS $8.67 after driving 45 minutes each way to get to Clemson) Number of times I'll repeat this experience ... 0 This is by no means my first or only experience of being screwed by UBER's ridiculous pricing and lack of opportunity to collect tip. UBER on!