It Looks Like Uber Wins . . .

The headline read:  Appeals Court: Sorry Uber Drivers, You Signed Away Your Right To Sue Company   And it might be that Uber has won in its legal battles with their drivers. In reality, it might just mean the Transportation Network Company Giant will get away with the continued abuse and exploitation of hundreds of thousands…

The Question, Is Uber a Scam?

Last night while browsing the Internet, I went into a facebook group site where the question, “Is Uber a Scam?” was asked. I read about 35 responses to the question and decided that I wanted to put my 2 cents into the topic. Is Uber a Scam? I wonder if Uber isn’t more a “Con”…

The TNC’s Have The Money . . .

Transportation Network Companies (TNC’s) like Uber and lyft obviously have the money to pay their drivers a reasonable rate as they have been manipulating drivers for the past couple of weeks with all sorts of incentives and guarantees. Uber and Lyft appear to have some sort of issue with conducting business as it should be…

Exercise In Futility

What do you think of a person that let’s people join his facebook group while he has premeditation to try to make a fool out of them, simply because they do not follow his agenda relative to Uber.  Read the area noted in the following paragraph: WHY I’ve allowed Uber drivers to join and post:…

The UnSeen Uber Victims

All you need to know, is how to properly operate a calculator to ascertain that as an UberX Driver you are not making money. It really is not that difficult to do the math to calculate how much, if any money you earn per hour, per day, week and/or per month.  But, what do you…

Travis, I Have An Idea . . .

Mr. Travis Kalanick, CEO April 30, 2016 Uber Technologies 1455 Market St # 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Mr. Kalanick, How about we create an Association that has real value to both Uber and the drivers. Better yet, lets create an  Association that can be of value to all of the ride-hail industry and all of the…

Innovating Ancient Ride-Hail Regulation

The following link is to an article in the San Francisco Examiner of the same title that tries to suggest that regulation of the Transportation Network Companies (TNC’s) is a bad idea.  Allow me a moment of your time to explain to you why such regulation is absolutely necessary . . . http://www.sfexaminer.com/innovating-ancient-ride-hail-regulation/   First…