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shane woodford Jul 19
., is just one of many examples, that would be considered "disruptive technology" as well but rolled into BC no problem. Guess cable TV doesn't have the lobby, union, and donation power of the taxi industry.
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Adam Baldwin Jul 14
Why the fuck, isn’t in Vancouver? The taxi system here is joke.
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PAULE Jul 20
I will not stop until something is done 9 minutes earlier I left my house with my 2 young kids. Then an driver does this. His excuse, he swerved to miss a parrot. WTF. MAKE THIS RIGHT NOW Someone could’ve died
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Green Badge Chris Jul 18
More first class driving
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Poornima Jul 18
your drivers are the worst I have seen there days.. incident I faced just now.. driver wants me to get down of auto between the trip because I am is that even a reason? He asked me to loose weight ? What right he has got to do so?
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E London Cars Jul 19
In a Cab from Portland Pl to Shafetsbury Avenue - 18 minutes and we’re still only at Piccadilly Cricus! 😡 A million empty buses on Regent St - Uber’s everywhere - and a special mention to the prick in the wrong lane at Conduit St! Cabbies I feel your Pain🤨
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black cabot square Jul 18
driver leaves customer bleeding on side of road after assault.
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deonna marie Jul 12
is really robbing people out here just taking their money without consent?
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graham cluer Jul 17
2nd bbc4 play in 2 days that mention . Easier to say call a cab but no it’s order an Uber. It’s product placement something the bbc were always very careful to avoid.
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DEAN Jul 20
driver justifying cancelling cheap fares when they know they can get surge price up the road . Thought they couldn’t have a 5 minute delay because it was unsafe to leave people waiting . is the roulette game of the minicab world
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Janice Vanderheyden Jul 19
About a month ago Uber offered a signup bonus of $1200 so I decided to drive for them to supplement income. After realizing Uber didn’t show progress towards this bonus I contacted them. I’ve posted their response.
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Ben Jul 18
Uber is going so hard on the charm offensive - but sometimes when you have a completely toxic company culture, you just have to let it die
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Lee Ward Jul 18
so, technology has outpaced regulation huh? 22.12.1965 the 70mph speed limit was introduced as a 4 month trial. My car can go 140mph Perhaps I should try the excuse the next time I get caught speeding.. The courts seem to like this thought process.....
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Francesca Jul 18
Just had an driver call to ask where I was going... guess it wasn’t far enough as he cancelled 😂 shockingly rude. My fault I know I should have got a 🤦🏽‍♀️
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jennifer keesmaat Jul 20
Potentially a massive shift/win for cities: identifies + promotes electric bikes as essential if we care about reducing congestion. Big leadership from . Will laggard cities (ahem, Toronto) get with the program + expedite bike lanes? If not, they will be left behind.
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PAULE 21h
Any of you want to chat about an driver doing this to my house 48 hours ago? Me & my 2 kids left the house 9 minutes earlier!! Uber were informed and haven’t said a word to me in 2 days. not much better either. Let’s chat
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Paul Jul 19
Look who appointed chief magistrate the and advocator !! I'm an Uber riding,Deliveroo eating,Airbnb-ing freedom fighter for the gig economy.The appeal was cut and dried
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Riddhi Jul 18
If you have any problem with then you should probably die with it because they aren't going to provide you any help.
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London Traffic Watch Jul 20
verses !! Did one driver take the other drivers job ? If so how could that job be tracked
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Pedal Me Jul 19
“We analysed the trips I made with you against the same journeys by and found a 30%+ time saving and a 4% cost saving. That’s before thinking about the environmental and PR gains.” - a businessman who regularly uses us to get to meetings.
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