Not exactly. There is still Aviva, as long as the drivers have $2,000,000 liability.So far there is nothing for Uber beyond July 15-th.
There is no insurance announced, so no Uber so far.
Not exactly. There is still Aviva, as long as the drivers have $2,000,000 liability.
They have also signed up a bunch of taxi drivers, who already have insurance.
Spoke to a rider yesterday, that requested an UberX and a Co-Op cab picked him up[/
If Taxi drivers are uberring why were they fighting Uber then?
Something tells me we're going to see allot of ex-Uber drivers filing for bankruptcy in a year or two.I know at canadian tire a lot of new drivers come in on daily basis with brand new luxury cars , ex 2015 Mercedes bmw , Audi , Lexus etc thinking they will be making a fortune working minimal hours.
I post with my experience with uber : don't know your number experienceHarry, where do you get your stupid idea from? Passenger are cheap, cheap, cheap. Just look a poo. As soon as I see surge price I am going to cancel. If I can not get a vehicle in 5 minutes or less as I am used to ...cancel. Passengers have no locality to Uber if service becomes slower and more expensive. If they can maintain around the same number of drives as before nothing will change. New drives will pay 25% to Uber , taxi drivers 20 % if they do 90% of trips and meet other requirements which we all know they won't be able to do.