Why Uber Is Terrible - Cracked Explains

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  • MANU HERNZ
    MANU HERNZ 3 hours ago

    By now Guaranteed everybody part of the CRACKED staff that made this video uses UBER and Lyft several times per month minimum and I'm willing to bet some of them actually work as an Uber driver part time at least.

  • Immortal Iron Fist
    Immortal Iron Fist 2 days ago

    Uber and other ride sharing services is the best since high speed internet IMO.

  • Jeff Doe
    Jeff Doe 3 days ago

    Taxi drivers rape too www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3854/uk-taxi-rapes

  • Anon ymous
    Anon ymous 4 days ago

    bring back Daniel

  • David Ban
    David Ban 5 days ago

    I've only been telling this to people for years

  • HiroCheeseMuh
    HiroCheeseMuh 6 days ago

    Uber’s counterattack measure seems incredibly similar to the tactics used by Scientology against people who leave the church and then go on to reveal how cultish and bad Scientology actually is. 🤔🤔

  • Allison Womble
    Allison Womble 7 days ago

    I used Uber in Washington DC, it was way better than a rude ass taxi. Keep in mind I rode with my boyfriend, my friend, and her boyfriend. I wouldn’t ride in any car alone.

  • ZPERO
    ZPERO 7 days ago

    Yeah I use uber to go to university every day. It sucks but I already calculated that in the time I have left before I get my degree, I'll be spending around $3,500. And for that much money I can't afford a car. I will however be able to afford one once I get my mechanical engineering degree. I don't like public transportation because the bus network where I live is shit and it takes longer to walk to the nearest bus stop that it would to just drive to where you're going. I used to ride my bicycle, but it sucked because I would be dripping sweat by the time I get to class, and then I would smell bad the rest of the day. I was gonna get a motorcycle, but then my family reminded me of just how badly people drive where I live and I decided getting a motorcycle would be a terrible idea. So what am I stuck with? Uber.
    And it sucks, not just for all the reasons mentioned in this video but because half the time your choice is between picking up and dropping off three different people along the way and being late to where you were going, or paying double just to make sure you're in class on time. I took a ride once to university (6 miles away, 15 minute drive with normal traffic) that lasted 50 minutes, shared with 5 people, and the trip taken looked like the most ridiculous detour you've ever seen. But I'm stuck with it until I can get a car. Which you unfortunately can't live without in most places in the US, unlike my hometown back in Spain where I'm from where I literally once took a train to a mountain top. Back in Madrid I can take three steps outside and immediately find a bus stop, take the bus, and arrive fairly quickly anywhere in going. I can even get off at the metro station or train station and wait less than 5 minutes for the next train that quickly transports you to the next town/city. If you want, you can wait until you arrive at the mountain, which is what I did, and take the mountain train. The trains by the way are always clean and well cared for. They usually don't have grafitis on them and are nice to sit in. Here you're lucky if there's a bus stop within a mile of you and when you get on the driver angrily demands that you hurry up from the other side of the bullet proof glass. When you take your seat next to the creepy guy that will surely give you a disease and the homeless man that probably lives on that bus, you have to put up with an awkward ride with all of the bottom of the barrel people in your town. I always carry my pocket knife when I am forced to use the bus here.

  • William Ocoró
    William Ocoró 7 days ago

    my baby was washing this video an he wants me to tell you: fuck you too.!

  • Lisa Wood
    Lisa Wood 8 days ago

    Taxis r a bloated establishment. I have ridden in so many where the driver was disgusting and smoked. I get the leaders of Uber & Lyft r scammers. But at least it is cheaper & cars r cleaner & quicker for customers.

  • Vicomte de Valmont
    Vicomte de Valmont 8 days ago

    Aren't all Chicago taxi drivers transportation Ph.D.s that are just too highly trained to bother cleaning the puke out of the back seat? Nice to ride in a car that doesn't smell like a barn and have a safe driver hand you a bottle of water. Just saying.

  • Bob Burnitt
    Bob Burnitt 8 days ago

    Uber claims it is not making money, I don't see how that can happen, they own no equipment, BB

  • Arthur Wulf White
    Arthur Wulf White 9 days ago

    All this video seems to do is come up with a conclusion and then loosely support it with poor evidence. It sounds highly biased and quite moronic and pathetic tbh (no offence meant). It is just that it would be much better to actually present the evidence and come to a conclusions that actually fits nice and snug with the facts?
    The Uber driver that took the picture, he could have taken it without being a Uber driver, right? He could probably take take it even if he was a regular driver or a Pizza delivery guy or what not... He could have found out the name of the girl on Facebook or some other similar app, most probably.
    I don't know what it's like where you live but in the country I live, anyone can work at cleaning houses just by posting an ad on a site. Obviously, anyone who's an ex-criminal can do that too... You were talking about identity theft and manslaughter... So... Nothing seriously bad comes out of it...
    Of course bad things are possible in a world where people have bad intentions but preventing work from ex-criminals and keeping them unemployed doesn't sound that smart to me.
    I am pretty sure anyone can use Tinder even if they're ex-cons, right? hmm... So isn't that dangerous? Shouldn't we restrict the use to only allow people who have passed through a thorough screening process?
    Did you consider the possibility that all the stuff you said isn't so bad considering the price reduction in transportation cost and the impact on the environment?

  • senpai
    senpai 9 days ago

    I got an ad for another car booking company,!!

  • Reece Suchocki
    Reece Suchocki 9 days ago

    No seriously, call a cab you're drunk

  • roverandmorecarparts Carranza

    Uber denied me for a misdemeanor.
    Bastards

  • Simon Morley
    Simon Morley 11 days ago

    My reaction to the start of this video was "Ah, France..."

  • casian dan
    casian dan 11 days ago

    You make about 2-3 an hour working for uber , lyft etc. You are just laying money for those scum bag ceos. While you loose value on your car. Your life. And your time

  • J Clar
    J Clar 11 days ago

    Typical TVclip style approach of telling the public what we all knew anyway and wasting our time as if you're some kind of genius and we are all dumb

  • calvi in california
    calvi in california 11 days ago

    the thing with the girl and the workout clothes and the photo and the email makes no sense. none of that is available in the app and she must have given all that to him, or maybe he found her on facebook.. none of that story makes sense. except for the part where she got in his car for a paid ride..

  • Junior Sarpong
    Junior Sarpong 12 days ago

    If Uber and Lyft are so bad and people still prefer to use them over the cab alternative then that actually speaks to how horrible the cab industry is.

  • FreedomSlaves
    FreedomSlaves 12 days ago

    Not true. Vehicle inspection and background check. I'm disqualified for mistakes I had 11 years ago. Theft charges when 18.

  • Mel Jackson
    Mel Jackson 12 days ago

    Why don't they make the drivers have cameras. They could take the cost out of there earnings if people don't have the money up front

  • Stoney Shibu
    Stoney Shibu 12 days ago

    I took a taxi here in atlanta.
    50$ to get me like. Some miles to get home.
    10 minute ride.

  • hardleecure
    hardleecure 12 days ago

    Those cabbies fucked up. First they provide shit service. I've heard rumours that they turn on the meter before they even show up to pick you up. Second, when you want the government to work in your favour because you have a literal illegal competitor (lets face it, Uber is an illegal taxi dispatch service), you hurt the government. Best way to do that you might ask? Blockade the roads to and from the international airports. But, most important, SERVICE THE CUSTOMER, KEEP YOUR FUCKING CAR CLEAN, LEARN THE LOCAL LANGUAGE AND KEEP YOUR OPINIONS TO YOURSELF. No customer gives 2 fucks about what you think about anything aside from the fastest way from point A to B. Been a cabbie for 7 years, no complaints on my file and customers call to compliment my service (helps when you get off your ass and help people in and out of the car).

  • Boathousedave
    Boathousedave 13 days ago

    Disagree on a few things.
    1. Society needs Ex convicts to work. If they are still a threat to society then keep them locked up but if they are gonna be let out you gotta let them work or is welfare or back to a life of crime.
    2. Disruptive innovation is transformative and of course as old ways die new ways emerge. Uber is not the first time this has happened. Phones wiped out the Telegraph business who erased the pony express. Some careers will disappear and people should choose wisely the right path in life. There are plenty of technical jobs we need more people to do.

  • Joseph Ybarra
    Joseph Ybarra 14 days ago

    *"Prostitutes"*
    You got my attention...

  • roberto gomez
    roberto gomez 14 days ago

    Because getting a drivers license isn’t enough to drive with people in your backseat... wait wait...

  • SkinnyGainz.com
    SkinnyGainz.com 14 days ago +1

    But it's good though.. and convenient..

  • Deryl Leon
    Deryl Leon 14 days ago

    This video sounds like it's calling for more regulation, rather than what we need...less. Additionally, I've already thumbed it down and it keeps showing up in my feed and auto play. It's like TVclip wants to shove it down my throat. Ridiculous.

  • Waseem alkhafaji
    Waseem alkhafaji 16 days ago

    Fuck you mother fucker

  • 12345grov
    12345grov 16 days ago +1

    Very well said!

  • Andre Perez
    Andre Perez 16 days ago

    This was excellent analysis and reporting. Thank you!

  • Edgar Salgado
    Edgar Salgado 19 days ago

    So how do we hold Uber accountable?

  • P Last Name
    P Last Name 19 days ago

    It's a tragic fact that in Brazil many Uber drivers have been carjacked and murdered by criminals.

  • Carl Bailey
    Carl Bailey 22 days ago

    I like babies. Truly tender and succulent when cooked and spiced properly

  • Carl Bailey
    Carl Bailey 22 days ago

    An uninsured mediocre driver whose ability and professionalism are questionable and who are seldom held accountable for their actions unless those actions are horrifically criminal vs. a licensed and properly insured professional who can be held accountable for even non-criminal bad behaviour.
    Hmmm, reality vs bullshit

  • Jorgito Herrera
    Jorgito Herrera 24 days ago

    Fuck taxis. Uber you are tight

  • trueshadow64
    trueshadow64 25 days ago

    There is a risk to the drivers as well you know. You make sure to point out that the riders are being picked up by strangers and possibly criminals, but what about the other end? These drivers are also picking up strangers, no background check required, possible murderers and criminals. Uber DRIVERS can also be robbed, car jacked or killed.

  • rviolinfiddle55
    rviolinfiddle55 25 days ago

    Ok.... let's take step back
    Taxis ARE terrible. First of all, they DO accept credit cards (what are you from the 80s?). Also, they are outrageously overpriced, and FORMERLY held a monopoly over transportation of people not fortunate enough to own a car in a visiting city.

  • Domoney
    Domoney 27 days ago

    10:30 shit is not very convenient.

  • Nilo Chinilla
    Nilo Chinilla 29 days ago

    Great guide how to sound like an idiot.

  • peekaboots01
    peekaboots01 Month ago

    I love taxis. Never take Uber or Lyft.

  • Joker rekoj
    Joker rekoj Month ago

    Ok Uber here I come 🚗 Zoooommzooomm

  • Float Circuit
    Float Circuit Month ago +7

    You wanna go to the mall? $7.
    Now you wanna visit Chipotle? $6.
    Ok, lets head on over to the workplace. $7.
    Alright, time to go home. $8.
    Uber is not an asset, it’s a liability. If you’re me, you’d be spending $14 to $20 a day just going to and from work, and it’s an 8 minute ride both ways with little or no traffic. Fortunately, I use private transport, so it’s about $6 per week.
    How do you go from $6/week to $20/day? If people are reliant on Uber to go everywhere, they probably don’t have options (no car, no well-developed public transit) or they’re too wealthy to care.
    And don’t forget, it sucks for the Uber driver too. There is no tech innovation that magically makes Uber less expensive, so when you see lower prices, that’s just the company pricing out its competitors and hurting their “contract-employees” in the process.
    When you don’t develop better processes, the convenience comes at a cost. 9 times out of 10, Uber’s not worth it.

    • Shawn Roseman
      Shawn Roseman 5 days ago +1

      ZPERO Did you try using the combo of the bicycle to the nearest or most convenient bus stop, then putting the bike on the bus rack and let the bus do most of the trip, then do a short bike ride to your destination and in reverse to get back home? That’s what I had to do back in 2001-2002 in a city that could get as hot as 110 during the summer...it was terrible but I did what I had to do until I could do better.

    • ZPERO
      ZPERO 7 days ago

      Yeah I use uber to go to university every day. It sucks but I already calculated that in the time I have left before I get my degree, I'll be spending around $3,500. And for that much money I can't afford a car. I will however be able to afford one once I get my mechanical engineering degree. I don't like public transportation because the bus network where I live is shit and it takes longer to walk to the nearest bus stop that it would to just drive to where you're going. I used to ride my bicycle, but it sucked because I would be dripping sweat by the time I get to class, and then I would smell bad the rest of the day. I was gonna get a motorcycle, but then my family reminded me of just how badly people drive where I live and I decided getting a motorcycle would be a terrible idea. So what am I stuck with? Uber.
      And it sucks, not just for all the reasons mentioned in this video but because half the time your choice is between picking up and dropping off three different people along the way and being late to where you were going, or paying double just to make sure you're in class on time. I took a ride once to university (6 miles away, 15 minute drive with normal traffic) that lasted 50 minutes, shared with 5 people, and the trip taken looked like the most ridiculous detour you've ever seen. But I'm stuck with it until I can get a car. Which you unfortunately can't live without in most places in the US, unlike my hometown back in Spain where I'm from where I literally once took a train to a mountain top. Back in Madrid I can take three steps outside and immediately find a bus stop, take the bus, and arrive fairly quickly anywhere in going. I can even get off at the metro station or train station and wait less than 5 minutes for the next train that quickly transports you to the next town/city. If you want, you can wait until you arrive at the mountain, which is what I did, and take the mountain train. The trains by the way are always clean and well cared for. They usually don't have grafitis on them and are nice to sit in. Here you're lucky if there's a bus stop within a mile of you and when you get on the driver angrily demands that you hurry up from the other side of the bullet proof glass. When you take your seat next to the creepy guy that will surely give you a disease and the homeless man that probably lives on that bus, you have to put up with an awkward ride with all of the bottom of the barrel people in your town. I always carry my pocket knife when I am forced to use the bus here.

    • Shawn Roseman
      Shawn Roseman 9 days ago +1

      +OAC hallucinating Don't you know the difference between private transportation and car... idiot

    • OAC hallucinating
      OAC hallucinating 9 days ago

      +Shawn Roseman Don't you put question marks at the end of your sentence?... idiot.

    • Shawn Roseman
      Shawn Roseman 9 days ago

      +OAC hallucinating Is generally the same word as car....idiot.

  • Bari Martin
    Bari Martin Month ago

    Isn’t the whole video redundant pass 2:00 when he starts talking about how shitty taxis are.

  • Yoshi667
    Yoshi667 Month ago

    Dr Doom is smart, he is in the top 5 smartest characters in the Marvel universe.

  • Amy Check
    Amy Check Month ago

    You mean uber is run by Jesus, not the devil. Satan would not do anything this heinous.

  • Eye of Osborne
    Eye of Osborne Month ago

    Binge-watching Frazier?

  • Dennis Alexander
    Dennis Alexander Month ago

    I love UBER. I used it all the time. The cars are nicer than cabs and drivers speaks english, most of the time. I will never be an UBER driver, because over a third of UBER's drivers actually loose money driving. Most of the UBER drivers are illiterate when it comes to doing some basic math and figuring out true cost of working for UBER. Good for me bad for UBER drivers 😊

  • ShadeandShadow4ever

    I feel worse/bad about all ridesharing apps now. Although I still think Uber is classy.

  • ShadeandShadow4ever

    During/after a recent ride I was scared.
    Lyft, 12:30 am, male driver who kept talking. Exception to the rule, but fist time that I feared for MY LIFE.

  • Mar Celo
    Mar Celo Month ago

    00:57 Nice to know that CRACKED decision about what side it will stand by is the side of second degree murders.

  • TrueGritProductions

    Awesome and completely true. Uber also threatens women who attempt to file suits against them for rape, saying that they forfeited their right to sue when they signed up to use the service.

  • Lego Buildings Rewiew

    Trash video.

  • Empire Now
    Empire Now Month ago

    I’m an uber driver and i approve this message

  • ForgottenKnight1
    ForgottenKnight1 Month ago

    Uber has mostly good cars, but their application is a piece of shit.

  • Edward Bruggeman
    Edward Bruggeman Month ago

    I just watched a video with the same guy saying how much he lovrd uber and hoped serial killers wouldnt find out about it from 2014 lmfao

  • davidiswhat
    davidiswhat Month ago

    Do an update of this and more material like this?

  • Water Man
    Water Man Month ago

    Get mad citizens get mad please do. What you don't understand by your hate you actually promoting our stuff with free advertising making us more marketable more appealing. So yes film yourself getting mad so we don't have to pay you. 😘

  • pavan vamsi
    pavan vamsi Month ago

    1) they employ criminals... no they don't, there happen to be criminals (in minute numbers) as uber drivers. You make it sound like they have "criminal past needed" on their app for drivers. The ones that you mention do make a case but it is NOT a proof of it being widespread. Sadly no matter how good the process, there still are cracks, heightening uber to unrealistically impossible standards just to say "They employ child molesters" ... not gonna work on anyone who takes a second to think about what you said.

    2) they don't test their drivers nor their cars? They have to show their driving license, they get that by taking classes to learn how to driver safely. "taxi drivers have to take classes while uber drivers have to watch a 13 min video" and then the driving license is dropped on their lap by a drunk pigeon which also happens to shit out gold. You had to interview twice for a popcorn-guy job...well looks matter.

    3) uber doesn't have to do anything... well that's the *ucking point, the more stuff you gotta do, the higher the price goes and the tougher for the public to use that service. But since uber is a company, I'm sure they have to be put to unrealistic standard because otherwise how will CRACKED make a video about them?

    4)the "pay issue", they paid high in the beginning and lesser later on...duh! how else does a startup gain market share?
    Also, how do you retain good drivers if you pay them less?... So no one has ever been paid less than what they deserve?
    Every driver who gets paid $9/hr, no matter how well their driving skills are , is less than one bluffmaster who can talk his way to a $20/hr chauffeur job?

    5) uber is run by the devil...
    A senior representative of CRACKED youtube channel suggested they should bring back slavery.
    See how easy that was to cook up?
    To anyone reading this, don't google "how to fuck up journalism", just look here

    6)They have a monopoly? no they fucking don't.
    several countries literally have anti-monopoly laws. Lite- fucking -rally designed to not have monopolies. Plus, there is cut throat competition from other companies like OLA in India

    7) Predictions based on fucking what? Your thoughts cooked up by thinktanking for 5min?

  • alec fraser
    alec fraser Month ago

    Daniel!! Uber isnt terrible!! it reflects our reality perfectly. In fact it does it soo well that people feel comfortable with it and buy into it... yeah the world is a scary place and unsafe but customer safety is an illusion you are never safe..!!!

  • TheGreekPhysiq.com
    TheGreekPhysiq.com Month ago

    Thanks for the video. Good job. Beats me why would anybody dislike it since it contains such of valuable information. IM SUBBING TO EVERYONE WHO LIKES THIS COMMENT AND SUBS TO ME.

  • Tech Investo
    Tech Investo Month ago

    Uber is trash but did you quote buzzfeed

  • The YouTube Phantom Official

    tbh those taxi drivers are now domestic terrorists and should be shot, or at least be locked up in Gitmo and have water poured on their towel-covered face every now and again (don't forget the 10-20° elevation!). making taxi drivers look like garbage. What horrible people!

  • Danny Sullivan
    Danny Sullivan Month ago

    Eh, I haven't been raped yet so I like it

  • Nick Stein
    Nick Stein Month ago

    You lost me at "here is an article from BuzzFeed".

  • Shayan Sarnevesht
    Shayan Sarnevesht Month ago

    video starts at 4:05

  • Mitchell Merck
    Mitchell Merck Month ago

    You could see it as a simple matter of the corrupt local politics being centralized

  • Arcsecant
    Arcsecant Month ago

    Cause all the "training" and inspections that taxis have to do worked. No thanks. That training was just part of the corrupt "justification" for creating the artificial scarcity, not actual training. Taxis need to go the way of the horse buggy. Uber built a better mousetrap

  • Alex Breeze
    Alex Breeze Month ago

    Bruh just 'cause someone did time doesn't mean they're bad people now, people make mistakes but move on

  • S Dew
    S Dew Month ago

    instead of the french protesting agaisnt the muslim invasion taking place in their country, they drop bricks on innocent car drivers....world largest illegal camping site of illegals is in down town paris, and the other one in calais, but no one protesting or kicking them out... the french, weird frogs....
    when you quote buzzfeed you lose ALL credibility!..... and u mentioned buzzfeed so iam skipping the rest and going to the next video!...

  • The Uber Successful

    In NYC, the uber requirements are the same as taxi requirements. Sans the medallion.
    Today, you literally can only get their information through non Uber means.
    Your earnings are indicative to your work ethic

  • Tony Moreno
    Tony Moreno Month ago

    Fuck Capitalism Uber 💩

  • Srta.TacoMal
    Srta.TacoMal Month ago

    9:24: I heard that in Linda Belcher’s voice.

  • Ian McKenzie
    Ian McKenzie Month ago

    A healthy portion of this article is accurate, but not entirely.
    1. In NEW YORK CITY, ALL Uber, Juno, Lyft, and Via drivers must follow ALL of the mandates and regulations of the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commision (www.nyc.gov/html/tlc/html/home/home.shtml)
    The NYC-TLC is the governing body for all LEGAL taxis, limousines, private coaches (buses), Access-a-ride (ambulatory services), and the like. This means when you step into a TLC Plated vehicle, if in any way that driver might cause any harm to their passengers, the TLC will prosecute that driver to the full extent of the Law, including jail time. Moreover it costs $600.00 (Six-hundred Dollars) to obtain an NYC-TLC For-Hire Vehicle License before anyone can start driving.
    1a. NYC-TLC Drivers are fingerprinted, credit checked, annually drug tested, must pass both a physical and written examination with a test grade of 85% or better.
    2. ALL NYC-TLC vehicles undergo the New York State inspection quarterly and not annually. We have our cars inspected by the state FOUR times a year.
    3. In NEW YORK CITY Uber, Lyft, Juno, and Via monitor every single ride.
    4. The part that is completely accurate is that we're working 60-80 hour work weeks, seven days a week. We are underpaid, and the expenses for the vehicle are enormous.
    Hope this clears things up a bit.

  • Sandy Hooker
    Sandy Hooker Month ago +1

    This is the natural state of things. As soon as a company gets large enough their focus changes to maximizing profits without a care.

  • Danny SJ
    Danny SJ Month ago

    27 Hours a Day killed me

  • SPURS NATION 'WORLD WIDE'

    If your an uber/left driver trust me it isnt worth the hell of miles and wear and tear on your car. In the end the ONLY winner is uber/left NOT you the driver.

  • Samantha Peters
    Samantha Peters Month ago

    👶👶👶👶👶👶 are in charge of UBER.

  • eclyectk jackson
    eclyectk jackson Month ago

    Any babies watching? Fuck you😆😆😋😆😆

  • Van Leigh
    Van Leigh Month ago

    I wonder if this video is actually accurate when it came out. Because as it stands today, you have to have a clean clear driving record with a certain amount of experience behind the wheel as well as a new enough car that passes inspection and meets certain requirements in order to work for Uber. In my experience using Rideshare apps, when I have a driver that doesn't drive safely I get a refund and the driver at the very least gets reprimanded if not loses their position. It's also reeeally nice to say "hey I need a ride" and have that ride show up within 20 minutes, whereas I have had cab companies take literal hours to come pick me up.

  • demonocus metalocus

    I would never use uber ,i don't want a ride from an unlicensed potential serial killer with no criminal record check driving me to my death,i'll stick with taxis.

  • Fabian Delao
    Fabian Delao Month ago +1

    the same logic used here to condem uber could be used to say that leaving your house ever is a horrible idea.

  • Harry Lee
    Harry Lee Month ago

    Bring Roger back.

  • Erra Titan
    Erra Titan Month ago

    The thing with working as a driver is that you pay for gas, you pay for repairs and insurance, and you subtract that from the total amount you make.

  • Matthew Brown
    Matthew Brown Month ago

    Some time ago are car lost some bolts on one of the tires in the middle of the night and a half hour away from home by car we couldn't dive any more because the tire could fall off We had 2 choices.
    A. wait a long time for my dad to come and get us on the side of a dirt road in the dark ware who knows what will happen.
    B call a multimillion dollar company services for the first time.
    I am glad I went with A.

  • Tenger Zander
    Tenger Zander Month ago

    more rich, more poor.

  • TCGdota
    TCGdota Month ago

    Uber ad before this video..

  • Robert C
    Robert C Month ago

    20% cut?? No it's more like 50%

  • Jose Mendoza
    Jose Mendoza Month ago

    20%!!

  • Liza Tanzawa
    Liza Tanzawa 2 months ago

    Out of all the businesses in all the world, why is Uber not employee-owned??

  • asambi69
    asambi69 2 months ago

    The 90,000 doesn't include costs for fuel,Insurance,Repairs and maintanance, also alot of the higher paid jobs you need a luxury car to apply for.

  • don jenkins
    don jenkins 2 months ago

    SINCE TIME BEGAN EVERY TAXI DRIVER AT EVERY RANK ON THE PLANET HAD THIS IDEA... BUT ALAS IT WAS ILLEGAL ... HOW THE FUCK DID THIS CEO DO THIS.... YES I WAS A TAXI DRIVER IN 1986 TO 2004 ;-)->

  • Joshua Kyle
    Joshua Kyle 2 months ago

    The idea is good, but some things need localization not globalization!

  • Joshua Kyle
    Joshua Kyle 2 months ago

    People can't make money with Uber!

  • Joseph Douglas
    Joseph Douglas 2 months ago

    I don't really care about all that, I just hate how dishonest they are about what the drivers actually make. Once you take expenses and taxes into account, it's usually minimum wage for a dangerous job that requires capital. Granted, it's not a difficult or skill intensive job, but still.

  • brian b
    brian b 2 months ago

    After reading all of the Angry comments I've come to the conclusion that this subject is as volatile as religion or guns or politics

  • brian b
    brian b 2 months ago

    In my town Uber drivers care what they look like, smell like and are always friendly. Maybe even offer you something to drink. The cab drivers that show up are rude disrespectful angry and smell bad. Not to mention with Uber you don't have to worry about getting into a vehicle with the back shocks ready to come through the back seat

  • JMORDANTV
    JMORDANTV 2 months ago

    I personally know taxi drivers working for NY taxi companies who.... have been in jail multiple times, driving with expired licenses, who drive under the influence, and some of the people I know have done all of the above. They are not safer then uber.