Chicago is doing something new to its taxis. The city has closed on two smartphone apps that will give riders the similar kind of access to taxis which they enjoy with services like Uber and Lyft.
New Year's Eve, is fun time for sure but at the end of the party when it's time to head back home, the New Year tradition includes complaining about the exorbitant charges that Uber demands.
Things were no different on Friday, as the ride share users across the world posted screen grabs of the extra-ordinarily nightmare charges for the rides.
On Friday, a U. S. judge appeared to be unconvinced about the bid that Uber wants as a quick pre-trial ruling, which says that the drivers working for the company are contractors and are not its employees.
Everything does not seem to be bright for the Uber, the private-taxi sharing service. It seems that the car sharing company has got a serious issue of marketing to work out. The company got an 'F' rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) for its "surge pricing" policy complaints that came from several of its customers.
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