I decided over the weekend not to drive for Uber or Lyft during the COVID-19 pandemic. For my personal safety, it just doesn’t make any sense. Uber and Lyft have been extremely slow enacting any type of safety measures in response to the COVID-19 state of emergency. One of the things they should have done…
On February 19 I began learning what happens when an Uber passenger damages your vehicle. It’s not what I expected, nor does it make any sense. I was driving for Uber when I got a request at a grocery store. As soon as I realized where I was picking up the passenger, I contemplated canceling…
California lawmakers passed AB5. It’s a law that will severely impact gig workers in the state working as independent contractors.
I probably will not drive until the month of September. It’s just too hot to drive strangers around in my personal vehicle.
Kevin Rodriguez from the YouTube channel The Apptrepreneur posted a video about an Uber driver supposedly getting suspended from Uber because he spoke to his passenger and his “car was a bit too cold.”
I’ve been having intermittent problems with AT&T Wireless. I’m having difficulties using their “Fastest in Hagerstown wireless network.”