So you want to drive for Uber Car? but you don’t have a car to use? Ideally you’ll already have your own car that qualifies for an Uber service, but many drivers will have to buy, lease, or rent a car to use for ride sharing jobs. So What’s the best Option? You can be approved to drive for Uber even if you don’t currently have access to a vehicle. You can apply and see if you pass the background and driving record checks before you go through the trouble of accessing a car.
Travis Kalanick's "spectacular flameout is one for the ages," said Adam Lashinsky at Fortune. The CEO and co-founder of Uber and Uber Car Leases unexpectedly stepped down last month, after the ride-hailing giant's biggest investors confronted him with a list of demands that included his immediate resignation. In just eight years, Kalanick built Uber and Uber Car Leases into an industry-defining company worth nearly $70 billion, but his stubborn disregard for ordinary business
Brian Chen: Dogged by scandal and the resignation of its top boss, the ride-summoning company Uber and Uber Car Leases is hoping to win customer loyalty with a series of changes to its app. Chief among them: Uber riders will soon be able to pay gratuities to their drivers inside the app instead of having to tip with cash. And there is much more to come. In an email to drivers, the company said it would be introducing improvements for the next 180 days. Uber’s commitment to tu
I read an article in the New York Tims Op-Ed section from June 16, 2017 which I thought would be interesting to post. With all the critics complaining about Uber Cars and Uber Car Leasing it was refreshing to see that someone was willing to step forward and stand up for Uber Cars. Written by: David Leonhardt I’m grateful that Travis Kalanick started Uber Car. Before he did, I often found myself at the mercy of a taxi company that dominated my neighborhood. The night before a
Uber Car and Lyft have had lots of success getting friendly laws passed. For that, they can thank young, tech-friendly Democratic lawmakers, who have teamed up with Republicans who generally support fewer regulations. At the head of that coalition is Assemblyman Evan Low (D-Campbell), who co-founded the Legislature’s tech and millennial caucuses. The 34-year-old Low, who was elected in 2014, has also written legislation to make it easier for the taxi industry to compete with