Being a rideshare driver that operates primarily in NYC, I’m constantly on the move. So, the last thing I need to be told by anyone is to get moving. In fact there’s little to no stopping during a routine shift, unless I’m stuck in traffic. “Get moving asap please” was a message I received by the operations team that coordinates driver/rider transactions with Via.
I was sitting a red light when the
y/he/she, whomever it was, decided that my cell phone GPS (and therefore my surrounding vehicle) had been stagnate for too long; and some instruction was needed to prompt me back into service. So far I’ve rarely received instruction from Via’s ops’ team. But for whatever reason they felt the need to verbally intervene with the idle, vehicle-shaped blip, that obviously is being monitored from behind the curtain. Read more