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Let's Strike and put end to this unfairness.
I don't know if you'd have to strike for a whole week. What if drivers just refused to drive from 7am-9am?
That's why we have to grow A Pair. If we keep talking and whining about our situation nothing is going to happen.We have to show Uber management that we are humans that feels and think and we are not just bodies in Cars. If we are going to do something it has to be BIG to send a CLEAR message that we mean business. So one WEEK STRIKE is a good message. And this is not going to hurt anyone since we are not making any money Driving with this price RATE. If we factor our TIME, GAS and expenses we will find out that we are giving people rids for FREE.
 

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Trying to organize a strike on this forum has never worked in the past. There has to be a better way to organize in each individual market. Considering that the new breed of drivers are often too brain-dead to even read, organizing here seems useless to me. Uber has too many drivers. If you could pull off a strike, there would still be plenty of greedy, short-sighted drivers who have the mentality of less drivers means more money for me.

Good luck. I hope you can really organize and pull off a meaningful strike. If you do, please come here and share detailed information of how you did it.
I understand, But we can't give up we have to keep trying until to get everyone on board. Because this is going to benefit everyone
What percentage of Uber drivers do you think are even aware this forum exists. I would guess less than 1%. A 1% strike would be totally meaningless.
How do you intend on reaching the other 99%?
And then factor in the percentage of desperate drivers who will use the strike as a way to make more money due to the decrease in drivers.
I know that but spreading the message is very effective. This had happened in Chicago, IL and it worked. By driver relaying the message to other friends Drivers until the message was spread enough and then they set a date for Stike. Some Drivers though didn't turn off their devices at the start, but because of the shortage of drivers on the roads they couldn't handle the overwhelming far away Pings and later the shutdown their devices. Two days into the strike Uber CALLED for FREE breakfast MEETING to talk about the PARTNERS concern, and one week later Uber RAISED the RATE back.
 
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