TaaS – What Is It? If you work in the corporate world, you may be familiar with SaaS, or Software as a Service. Over the years, critical office software has migrated from the desktop to the cloud, and this design means the software will be available on an on-demand basis. With this change, companies have […]
As Uber and Lyft continues to grow and become more accepted as an alternative to cabs or carpooling, an important question arises: how can Uber and Lyft screen their drivers to ensure safety in a cost-effective way? When it comes to cab drivers, the screening process is often tremendously strict, but that kind of regiment […]
A number of cities impose an extra fee for Lyft and Uber airport trips. Chicago, for example, charges $5 for pickups and dropoffs at Midway and O’hare. This has left many drivers wondering how much money cities are making off those fees.
If Uber wanted to, the could add in-app tipping on Uber tomorrow. Why do they keep resisting giving their drivers the oppurtunity to earn more?
if legislators and regulators get their way, Uber may have to start allowing riders to tip their Uber driver through the app in California and New York City. In California, Assembly Bill 1099, would force companies that accept payments by credit card, to allow their users to tip using a credit card. In New York, the taxi regulator plans to implement rules forcing Uber to allow in-app tipping by this July.
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