She's upset because the driver had to stop for fuel. OMG it's the end of the world.
?She said she also felt her complaint about what happened that night was not taken seriously. “They provide a service that is supposed to be safe, supposed to be convenient and it's supposed to be reliable and this situation was none of these things," she said.
People who wear red hats now make some feel unsafe.
LOL.The " Red Hat Society" Says WATCH IT !
...and the attention.At first she feared that her life was in danger but in the end all she wanted was the remaining $6.09 of her $27.75 fare refunded.
“I felt unsafe. I double checked that it was the right vehicle and the right driver. I didn't feel comfortable at all,” Nishimura said.
When they got to a charging station, she said she was still very worried about what was happening.
“I really didn't feel safe in the situation. I was messaging my dad and I was talking to my best friend at the time. I was updating them on my location," she said.
If Uber's response is to believed he stopped for 3 minutes. Seems unlikely he went 27 minutes out of the way.Fuber makes her 30 minutes late to work and doesn't even have the decency to give a full refund.
OTOH, you have to be an idiot to rely on Fuber for anything important, especially if you're a lone female.
She's lucky she didn't get sexually assaulted by the driver.
You're suggesting that Uber be a technology company? That would be great!it might be possible for the app to be notified of the remaining range of the electric vehicle so that this problem can be minimized and a passenger would not be matched with a vehicle that did not have enough fuel onboard.