what is your solution?

60 % my riders don't rate me also no tip or complaint.. So what is your solution?

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May 4, 2020 7:00 AM

I've seen some amusing ways to get more reviews and tips. One of my favorites was a "chat menu". It looked like a restaurant menu and your guest can choose a topic to talk about. Funny stuff.

I'd recommend just asking the passenger if they'd like to ride in peace, some just don't want to talk. Also ask what radio station they prefer or whether that should be turned off.

At the end of the journey, ask politely for a review or suggest that it would be helpful.

May 9, 2020 9:58 PM
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oral.morissette: I've seen some amusing ways to get more reviews and tips. One of my favorites was a "chat menu". It looked like a restaurant menu and your guest can choose a topic to talk about. Funny stuff.I'd recommend just asking the passenger if they'd like to ride in peace, some just don't want to talk. Also ask what radio station they prefer or whether that should be turned off.At the end of the journey, ask politely for a review or suggest that it would be helpful.

1 stars= slamming my car door, smelling like pot or cigarettes, eating food or bringing smelly food into my car, making me wait even though Uber sends you a 2 minute warning that I am about to drive up. HINT: Dont call an Uber until you are actually ready to leave), asking personal questions, touching me, being a condescending jerk, treating me like I am a lowly peasant because I drive for Uber, making the assumption that I only drive for Uber, getting pissed because YOU ASSUME ALL UBERS HAVE TOLL TAGS (We are only REQUIRED to pick you up and safely get you to you destination. EverythIng else is EXTRA) and..... burping or farting in my car.


May 19, 2020 3:09 PM
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piper: oral.morissette: I've seen some amusing ways to get more reviews and tips. One of my favorites was a "chat menu". It looked like a restaurant menu and your guest can choose a topic to talk about. Funny stuff.I'd recommend just asking the passenger if they'd like to ride in peace, some just don't want to talk. Also ask what radio station they prefer or whether that should be turned off.At the end of the journey, ask politely for a review or suggest that it would be helpful. 1 stars= slamming my car door, smelling like pot or cigarettes, eating food or bringing smelly food into my car, making me wait even though Uber sends you a 2 minute warning that I am about to drive up. HINT: Dont call an Uber until you are actually ready to leave), asking personal questions, touching me, being a condescending jerk, treating me like I am a lowly peasant because I drive for Uber, making the assumption that I only drive for Uber, getting pissed because YOU ASSUME ALL UBERS HAVE TOLL TAGS (We are only REQUIRED to pick you up and safely get you to you destination. EverythIng else is EXTRA) and..... burping or farting in my car.

I don't let any man to seat next to me, back seat only

May 19, 2020 3:10 PM

It is a good idea to ask if the passenger wants music on or off or if they would like to be left alone. I have no issue either way. A lot of times I will pick someone up who is on a phone call so I turn down the music and tune them out.

July 23, 2020 7:45 PM

I like to encourage them before I drop them off to leave a review and to rate their experience for my own benefit. I keep a short check list in the back seat for people to fill out.

July 25, 2020 6:21 PM