It takes out of the economy more than anything else. People struggle as it is. I do ok but I know the city is taking a while to return to normal after Easter and school holidays and just the extra 15-20 dollars a week the average person is paying for a tank of fuel a week does bite.
Complicated: should Uber introduce dynamic pricing that mirrors the average cost of fuel each day, or would they argue that the higher cost of fuel means that there will be a higher demand for Uber rides because private motorists can't afford to drive their own cars.
What about the other way around on the same logic?
Cheaper fuel = Cheaper Uber fare but also equals less people taking an Uber because they are back to driving their own vehicle. That's seems like a lose/lose situation to me.
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