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20% off weekday travel during February @ Uber

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Make Uber a part of your work week this week. Enter code WDAYFEB in your Uber app to get up to 20% off 5 rides. Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Make Uber a part of your work week this week. Enter code WDAYFEB in your Uber app to get up to 20% off 5 rides.
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1 Like #1
Little late, but thanks!
2 Likes #2
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.
#3
doesn't work
1 Like #4
They can stick it! lol Rather walk
#5
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.

I don't get a cab to talk to the driver
#6
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.


The sad fact of the matter is, they don't even have to be already licensed. There are companies in London where they can go and grease somebody's palm and walk away with a so called license.
#7
I'm pretty content with it but always allow extra time as the majority I've had don't know the best routes - definitely not the London knowledge of our fabulous black cabbies
#8
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.


Are you worried about being fondled by a cab driver?
#9
alu355
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.

I don't get a cab to talk to the driver


I think the drivers have to have a DBS check, previously called CRB check
#10
Jabaltariq
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.
The sad fact of the matter is, they don't even have to be already licensed. There are companies in London where they can go and grease somebody's palm and walk away with a so called license.
They do need to have license
#11
neiiilers
Jabaltariq
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.
The sad fact of the matter is, they don't even have to be already licensed. There are companies in London where they can go and grease somebody's palm and walk away with a so called license.
They do need to have license


If you're referring to a driving license? That's different! Having a driving license doesn't automatically entitle one to drive a PRIVATE HIRE vehicle for the purposes of "hire and reward". If you google something like "how to obtain PCO licence" it might help in shedding some light on the procedure.
#12
doesnt work for me!
#13
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.


Well a private hire licence means it can be used as a taxi am I right? Then what's the problem of them driving for uber? the idea of uber was to utilise empty private cars to help some passengers save a little and meanwhile help those who wants some extra income, simple as that. You probably don't want to believe but in some countries any one (with driving licence obviously) with a reasonable size car (5 seater or above) can be a uber driver. It's like airbub, as long as you have a empty room to offer one change some extra income, you are on board! Personally I found uber to be excellent alternative to normal cabs. But it is also true the presence of uber is how future comes faster than someone expected.
#14
verysleepy
Just don't like the idea of these guys!!!
? Who you got driving, I'd rather go with a company who knows all their drivers personality even if it costs more.
Anyone with a private hire licence can drive under this brand.

I'm sure murderers and the like don't make it known to their employers / colleagues regardless. What an odd statement.
#15
Uber is amazing! Used daily in Australia. Those who fear progress and effeciency will naturally slate.I never waited longer than 5 minutes for a cab. Don't need cash so no Atm stop, it's amazing and less than half price of traditional taxi

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