Ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft are mostly some-more affordable and available than normal taxis. Still, they aren’t perfect, and conjunction are their drivers.
One user recently schooled that only since someone drives for Uber, it doesn’t meant they’re trustworthy, safe, or honest. They were holding a float in Las Vegas when their outing was busted by a fact that a motorist was pulled over by police. To make matters worse, a chairman was afterwards charged a cleaning price for peeing in a backseat — something they insist they didn’t do. While these charges concede for drivers to replenish costs when uncontrolled passengers mutilate a interior of their vehicles, you’ll see because it isn’t that tough for drivers to distortion and abuse a process as well.
Scroll down and review all about this person’s float from Hell and Uber’s successive refusal to reinstate a cleaning fee.