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  1. Washington DC
    Hi all, I'm a WSJ journalist doing an in-depth look at why people are using rideshare like Uber and Lyft to get to the Emergency Room. I'm focusing on the DC-metro area and looking for driver experiences. I was curious if any of you had driven distressed or injured pax and would be interested...
  2. Chicago
    It was painful to read this hit job on Lyft. They pull 12 examples of unwanted advances (3 of which came from this beauty shown below) to characterize Lyft Drivers as predators basically all while the mother-ship sheds a blind eye. To further illustrate the bimbos point, it is said that with...
  3. Advice
    We've seen a lot of threads on here about panic buttons and are curious to hear what you all think of our approach. The problem here is that Uber/Lyft (mainly Uber) have made some improvements for driver safety, but not enough. Last week's Uber release allows you to call 911 from the app with a...
  4. Toronto (Ontario)
    Got this in email. Introducing new features that put safety at the heart of the Driver app to help give you peace of mind on the road Access help when you need it If you're ever in need of emergency assistance, you can call 911 in one tap...
  5. New York City
    I picked up two drunk black guys from brooklyn. They had ordered lyft line and then another rider added. So, third passenger was a black lady. After picker her up i was heading towards queens to drop to first passenger(two drunk guys). One guy named TJ started using foul and vulgar language to...
  6. Advice
    If a PAX falls ill or passes out during the ride, should you pull over, call 911 and wait for the ambulance...or google the nearest emergency room and head on over? What does Uber policy state regarding that? What about insurance and legal liability? What would you do/ should you do?
  7. San Francisco
    http://www.sfchronicle.com/crime/article/As-car-break-ins-jump-28-percent-in-San-12165855.php?cmpid=sfc_em_topstories&utm_source=email&utm_content=newsletter&utm_campaign=sfc_morningreport Get your iPhone Video Cams ready, UberLyfters. And Dial 911 if you see a break-in in progress.
  8. News
    Experts warn the public; the ambulance knows which hospital can treat your ailment. Some will not be able to handle your situation and you'll be rejected and they will call 911 and take you to one that can.
  9. Houston
    I ventured into another forum. One that caught my attention under tag "complaints" from Baby Cakes had me rolling on the floor. The responses left about pistachios had me crying.
  10. Technology
    Has anyone hidden a phone in the vehicle in case your primary phone is stolen? All phones must dial 911 even without a service contract by FCC law. https://www.fcc.gov/general/9-1-1-and-e9-1-1-services So I'm considering mounting one in the trunk. I've got older phones without plans but the...
  11. Atlanta
    I just saw this today and its kind of crazy. This uber driver picks up 3 guys, starts the ride with no drop off address, they just had him driving around. He knew something wasn't right almost immediately, and called 911 but pretended to be talking to a friend. Eventually they sent the cops to...
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