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  1. Advice
    Lying right out the gate within the first minute with #1! It's completely false that you're not covered by insurance. It's also completely false that it's illegal. Adhering to TOS is not a prerequisite! This hysteria and myths need to stop. 10 ways to get deactivated
  2. Lyft
    Does anyone have a copy of Lyft's TOS from 2017?
  3. Advice
    Does anyone have copies of the recent TOS (terms of service)? How much have they been changing?
  4. News
    Full: https://www.einnews.com/amp/pr_news/473210593/uber-and-lyft-need-to-change-how-they-handle-assault-claims-attorney-says While Uber and Lyft present safe alternatives to drinking and driving, there are other dangers associated with the ride-share app. Many riders have reported instances...
  5. Seattle
    Some drivers use Waze to identify the shortest, longest and in-between routes to their dropoffs. Taking a route other than what Boober recommends can be an effective tactic for more earnings. (The pax pay the same flat, upfront cost, regardless of the time we take & distance we cover.) However...
  6. News
    After CNN report, lawmakers want answers from Uber, Lyft on sexual assaults http://money.cnn.com/2018/05/21/technology/uber-lawmakers-letter-driver-assaults/index.html Lawmakers are demanding answers from ridesharing companies about sexual violence on their platforms. Nine members of Congress...
  7. News
    http://money.cnn.com/2018/05/15/technology/uber-eliminates-forced-arbitration/index.html Uber says it is taking steps to help reduce the culture of silence around sexual violence on its platform in the wake of a CNN investigation into sexual assaults and abuse by Uber drivers. The rideshare...
  8. News
    https://www.theindychannel.com/news/local-news/marion-county/uber-driver-punched-in-the-face-for-refusing-ride-to-teens LAWRENCE, Ind. -- An Uber driver is speaking out after she says she was punched in the face by a teen for not going against company policy and allowing them to order a ride...
  9. Minneapolis
    this morning I was called out to Hwy 5 to provide a jump start to a rider on the highway. The rider called me and said he did not need a ride, just a jump start. I told him I did not do jumps with my vehicle. He said okay you can cancel then. I said no, you can cancel. I drove past the...
  10. Denver
    A little help goes a long way Now your teen can ride with Uber Uber connects your teen to a safe, reliable ride in minutes. They stay on the go. You stay in the know. And everyone gets more from their day. https://www.uber.com/info/teen/ First the TOS sez no one under 18, then...
  11. News
    Source: Uber Email With your help, we've been able to bring Uber to more than 400 cities in 72 countries. And that's in just a little over 6 years. In light of that growth and some changes to our services, we've made some updates to our US Terms of Use. These updates won't change the way you...
  12. Dallas
    Generally, class action suits benefit employees/former employees quite a bit. I don't like to be bound to arbitration, so I'm thinking of opting out. What about you?
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