Who wants to form a Worldwide Uber Driver Union to increase driver profits and incentives? Uber is raking in billions, approximately a worth of $15,000,000,000 usd. at the expense of our efforts and modest resource's. When you total the overhead costs and liability that we may incur in an accident, it really doesn't make much business sense. They make the billions and we assume the risks! Why not pressure these rag peddlers like Travis K. to share the wealth, a wealth we created! For one, Uber could offer drivers in North America group commercial insurance to protect their driver's asset in the event of a major accident. Who do you think will be liable if you smashed your car and a passenger or bystander got hurt or killed? US! Our insurances would drop us like hot potatoes once they knew we used our vehicles for business, and Uber would certainly not be responsible or come to our aid. This is why most sensible nations, such as Germany and France are banning this Uber racket. The time to act is now! A worldwide Uber Driver Union, could make a world of difference. We could increase driver profits and reduce costs via group commercial insurance. Who wants to be part of such coalition? We could be the beginning to a worldwide alliance. We would have Uber over a barrow! We are the driving force to their billions, why not share in the spoils? Some demands we could all benefit from, 1. Group Commercial Driver Insurance, 2. A group Gas discount card, 3. Increased rider fees to benefit drivers and the option to accept gratuity/cash tips, 4. A group vehicle repair and maintenance plan, 5. A better navigation system, that notifys drivers of all the rider data, amount of passengers, amount of profit up front, not this b.s. of driving across town for peanuts or falling for this "surge" scam they run to get you to a certain area,then remove the status. Since total miles used on your vehicle are greater than the Uber miles they calculate from the point you pick up a rider, why not tally all the miles, so at the end of the fiscal year we can include them as a business expense. It not fair we should accumulate an average of 2400 miles per month and not get some benefit. Remember, the more you drive the greater risks you run and the more wear and tear on your vehicle. It's up to us folks, either we join a common goal for the benefit of all, or suffer the consequences of these Uber Ragpeddlers like Travis K. America was built by its working class, not by its capitalist profiteers. Since transportation is our service, why not seek the muscle and support of the Teamsters Union? Who in Arizona wants to get the ball rolling? Respond to this thread and maybe we could meet someday out in the field to discuss the possibilities. What do you want to be, an entrepreneur or an Uber stooge?