Uber will now let you know when you’re being a total jerk to your driver

1NYC1

Well-Known Member
I agree, but there is total imbalance. If a passenger gets kicked off the Uber or Lyft platform for conduct and behavior, they just lose their ride share priviledge for a little while. If drivers get kicked off they lose their livelihood.
The saddest part is that, in fact, a lot of drivers do consider driving for these blatant thieves a livelihood. Truly sad...
 

JPell

Active Member
I agree, but there is total imbalance. If a passenger gets kicked off the Uber or Lyft platform for conduct and behavior, they just lose their ride share priviledge for a little while. If drivers get kicked off they lose their livelihood.
Riders need to have proof. I agree. I've read more than a few examples on this forum of riders making up false allegations to get free rides. Last I looked this is still an innocent until proven guilty country. Ubers mentality seems more I'm rich, you're expendable who gives a crap. There's tons of ants. Complaints cost money re HR. What to do? What to do? Oh a line! And not care!
 

Steve4991

Member
From what I just read from Uber our "comments" of riders will not go directly to the actual PAX but will be "used to make comments" to the rider base!
 

UberSchmuber

Well-Known Member
And do you think that an uber QA person will review the cases where a rider lied about there dog being a "Service Animal" ? And reinstate said driver ?
True enough. 2 words: DASH CAM. I have 2 64GB micro SDs so I always have 4 days of reserve and save recordings of any questionable ride on my computer. What I have figured is this after being accused of abusive and/or threatening language by Lyft: since they don't want us to know which pax it is, I can give them individual recordings for the whole day in question. As for each pax, start the recording on approach and end it after I end the drive and start driving away. All the recordings are time and date stamped.
 
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