Didn't know Uber was doing their own street mapping, until I saw this in El Segundo.
Driver's side door just says "Uber." Passenger side door says, "Uber.com/Mapping." Top rack has cameras.
Well, no wonder my pick-ups are in back-alleys!
There is a lot of intention behind city planning. Knowing the rules and constants helps me as a driver.
Here's one just out of curiosity. Why are streets on the south side generally referred to by number
(72nd Street, 72nd Place), while on the north side, chiefly by name (Touhy Ave, Chase Ave)?
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:)Gold Coast to be the first in Australia:)
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