Rental cars cannot be used for uber- it's in the contract for the rental car for sure ,
In Wisconsin I get Uber rides in rusty old minivans with 3 or more dashboard service lights on. Nothing at all like Vegas. Right before I left for Vegas on June 8, Uber sent me an email for 25% off my next 10 rides. Felt guilty riding in a brand new BMW from Bally's to the Plaza and seeing an estimated fare of $4.65 because I picked Uber pool, there were no other riders on the route, and my 25% discount applied.
I have never driven or ridden in ride shares, but have seen videos about them, and insurance not covering drivers while working for them has been stated. The drivers I think are spoiled by good wages in the past they couldn't otherwise get, and that's ending. The riders I can't believe what they're willing to pay, heard of a guy paying $400 for a 40 mile trip. From the video I just shared, seems like they're making it as obfuscated as a slot machine.Quote: RogerKint
I was in a car accident, in Vegas, recently (don't worry, I'm OK). Both insurance companies must have asked ten times if the car was being used for a ride-share like Uber.
The funny/pathetic part is my car isn't good enough to qualify for any of those services.