Whaaat? What a heck do u mean 180k=300k ? Is that new math or ur own theory?One down, 11,999,999 to go....
180,000 Uber miles is like 300,000 regular miles. Factor in how many times various bodily fluids have been left in there and it's enough to make your skin crawl. Don't run a black light in there...
Yeh basically we are out there letting pax banged our cars left and right.. our cars are basically being raped and Uber Is the mastermind behind these horrific raped scenes.. lolHe is saying that 180k miles of banging around the city with ungrateful passengers slamming doors and sliding in and out is comparable to 300k miles of personal use only.
What he means is that Uber miles are hard miles, and age the car a lot more than ordinary private usage.
The non-Uber car. I would take a car with higher non-Uber miles than one.with lower Uber miles.If two identical cars had exactly the same mileage and were selling at the same price but one was used for Uber and the other wasn't, which car would you prefer to own?
I wasn't busting your balls. I didn't mean you specifically but in general. You drive differently doing Uber than you do just for regular day to day driving. D.C. roads suck so much more potholes etc.
I think your math is a little bit off. Statistics show the average American has 2 ass cheeks, which would add up to 2000 pairs of ass cheeks in the backseat or a total of 4000.If you did 2000 rides last year, that means at least 2000 ass cheeks in your backseat. More wear and tear on the interior as well.
It's Uber math. More.ass cheeks is actually less ass cheeks. Like lower rates means more earnings for our partnersI think your math is a little bit off. Statistics show the average American has 2 ass cheeks, which would add up to 2000 pairs of ass cheeks in the backseat or a total of 4000.