Simple answer? Gas prices don't effect ubers bottom line, only yours and uber literally couldn't care less about you
They actually probably could care less if they really, really tried.Simple answer? Gas prices don't effect ubers bottom line, only yours and uber literally couldn't care less about you
Maybe they could start...I'm glad I drive a fuel efficient car, but that not withstanding, if gas hits $3 or more a gallon it may be time to stop driving, unless they raise rates.
Yes. Production stopped because of the storms. The first increase was due to Hurricane Harvey, this second one is due to Hurricane Irma.Crimea River. It's temporary.
Clearly, they don't need to. You want them to. That's not need on their part.Yall mfs are ridiculous. Uber need to increase the fares already and lyft too smdfh..
Let's suppose for the sake of discussion that there is some unknown event that causes the price of a barrel of crude oil to plummet - a discovery of a new oil field of mega-proportions, a new process to cheaply refine oil, something causes the price of oil to drop. As a result of this, gasoline prices per gallon drop to unprecedented lows, prices that haven't been seen in almost 40 years - say, .80/gallon.Simple answer? Gas prices don't effect ubers bottom line, only yours and uber literally couldn't care less about you
Why wait for Uber to do it.FedEx and UPS institute fuel surcharges when the cost of fuel climbs drastically, as well as other companies - Pizza Hut, Domino's, Papa John's, and more.
Uber should institute a 5% fuel surcharge per trip, with 100% pass through to the drivers.
That's not a bad idea!Why wait for Uber to do it.
They don't pay the fuel bills.
Why don't YOU do it.
When pax gets in the car tell them that ''there is a one dollar fuel surcharge, in cash, up front."
Ummm wow! Aren't there shortages then?They also can't raise prices in areas affected by the hurricanes due to price gouging laws.
Of uber drivers... yep... tons and tons of shortages...Ummm wow! Aren't there shortages then?