Some of the do’s and don’ts to help speed up the process of your Uber driver finding you and be on your way.
I can see it in your eyes, I can see it in your smile, You’re the reason I’m pulling up at the kerb and putting my hazard lights on, hoping not to get booked for stopping in a No Stopping zone.
Drivers love it when you are ready to get in to their car as soon as they arrive. But that’s not always the case. How long can they wait before time runs out?
Picking up another passenger on the way? Dropping someone off before the final destination? Got a series of stops to make before the ride’s over? Some thoughts on how to handle a multi-stop Uber trip.
Looking for a way to boost your Uber rating, or perhaps just help to maintain its already lofty levels. Then this sign could help!
Getting an Uber is easy. So easy that its not really possible to make it easier. So why skip the part that keeps the whole thing going?
Something to help both passengers and drivers to get away from the airport quickly, smoothly and a little less painfully. And not just for those using Uber either.
A not-at-all in-depth comparison of the costs of travelling from the Sydney Airport via train versus via Uber.
You know how there’s some things that happen to you that are really just tiny and insignificant, but in the moment feel like the most frustrating thing to ever happen? Uber drivers have those too.
Sometimes Uber drivers can struggle to find the right place for the pickup. The GPS points to the wrong bit of road, the roads are confusing because they’re as far from being grid-like as possible. The street numbers just can’t be seen. But sometimes you’re in the exact right spot, so is the passenger, but they still can’t find you.