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  1. Lyft
    (In this spirit of this thread: https://uberpeople.net/threads/sorry-need-to-vent-this-morons-im-surrounded-by-morons-they-are-everywhere.298832/ ) This costs nothing to do, and LYFT knows it has a reputation of sending out long pings to its drivers. LYFT should automatically send a message if...
  2. Tampa
    I was very surprised to be caught up in a situation with another driver. Here is what happened: I wasn’t logged on, I had my work truck (26’ box truck) arriving at a local hotel here in Tampa for an election event. I pulled my truck into a lot that was restricted and I had been advised by the...
  3. Advice
    Jeremy nailed it! Jeremy Anderberg | August 3, 2018 Etiquette, Travel, Travel & Leisure The Etiquette of Ride Sharing (Uber, Lyft, Etc.) Ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft have nearly made taxis obsolete. While these services are similar to taxis, they of course aren't exactly alike, so...
  4. Toronto (Ontario)
    Hello Community, would like to know if you have dropped and picked up PAX with luggage at airport and have or have not received any tips? I had my first Airport drop off and the passenger had a full size suitcase which I helped her to load into my trunk at the start of the trip. Afterwards...
  5. Los Angeles & Orange County
    When is it appropriate to hold the door open for your passengers? Never? Sometimes? only if they're Rich?
  6. Jacksonville
    I was in the Tampa area (st. Pete and clear water to be exact) for a cpl weeks due to the passing of a family member. While there I drove in between the services and spending time with family. I made DOUBLE the money I make in Jax and received tips on at least 50% of my trips. Then I come back...
  7. News
    Consider these tips to being a better Uber passenger in the U.S. or overseas: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sharon-schweitzer/ask-an-international-etiq_b_9162630.html
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