The Apptrepreneur (government name Kevin Rodriguez) is a YouTuber who makes videos about driving for Uber and Lyft. Like many other people making these types of videos, he doesn’t actually drive for either rideshare platform. He used to, but not anymore.
Uber warned in its Initial Public Offering (IPO) prospectus that driver dissatisfaction will increase.
In the early morning hours of March 29, 2019, 21-year-old Samantha Josephson got into what she believed was her Uber vehicle, a black Chevy Impala driven by 24-year-old Nathaniel David Rowland.
Sometimes I like to read tweets people send to the official customer service accounts for Uber and Lyft. They can be quite educational. You get a real insight into what some people think.
The state of Connecticut is advancing a bill that would force rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft to pay drivers the bulk of what riders pay for the ride. The drivers would get 75 percent of what the rider is paying and the rideshare company would get 25 percent.
Uber drivers in Los Angeles are losing their collective minds. At least some of them. As a way of protesting new rate fees Uber is rolling out in Los Angeles and Orange County, drivers there are going on a 25-hour strike beginning midnight tonight. Why a 25-hour strike? Because Uber is lowering the per mile fee from 80 cents to 60 cents, a 25 percent decrease.