I have a question and a tip for this:
So, 5 weeks after I start Uber/Lyfting, I get a pickup at a frat house in Newark (NJIT, Rutgers, who knows?)
1st week of February.
LGA via Lyft.
Never having done it before, I accept.
I fight traffic for an hour and a half.
I drop the customer off at the wrong terminal (I have not been to lga since I flew out of it over 10 years ago.)
I reverse, pull forward, and the parking attendant who usually cajoles everyone into getting out of the way holds me up and won't let me leave.
TLC Court for us dumbasses who fell into the entrapment
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What is Uber?
They connects partner drivers and people who need transportation.Application downloading to your smartphone, register with your information, order transportation where you need to go through the GPS map and app will find the nearest available driver. In most of the five minutes your drivers will arrive by car and take you to your location, . Your credit card is connected to the app, when you order a ride, your ride will be charged, very simple.
Uber currently operates in 100 countries and in a lot of cities, over 500. You can be in a foreign country and to book a ride. Prices are cheaper than the standard taxi services and you will not have problems with cash in foreign currency because you pay by credit card.
What is the rate?
How much does it cost to drive from point A to B, check the official website https://www.uber.com/fare-estimate
As I said, the prices are cheaper than a taxi service.
At a time when the number of users exceeds the number of partners driver, the price may rise, it is called “surge pricing”. So users at any time of the day or night can order a vehicle. In case of increase in prices will be promptly notified. Then you can order a regular taxi ride, my recommendation.