Indentured servitude with extra steps.
No that sounds like buying a car with less steps
@SteveTheAlpaca, that depends entirely on if you're making payments on a lease or on owning it. Because if you can only do a lease, you just have to pay for whole time you have it and then you don't even get to keep it.
@Littlechuckie, there is a buy option at the end of the lease. Should you choose not to you can lease a different car.
The contact can be terminated with 2 week notice by the driver.
Routine maintenance and unlimited mileage.
Also don't have to drive to make the payments.
@TheFury01, aight, well that does sound pretty dope, but I still feel like there are some hidden potholes to fall into with things like this. Just be careful and read the entire contact you're signing before agreeing to anything
@Littlechuckie, Yeah, the pothole is the insane price they charge you for the car. You're better off buying your own car and then just working for Uber.
I have a car but can I do this anyway? Also not work for Uber?
@TreeOctopus, not work for uber lol. We all work for uber
@TreeOctopus, throw a big wing, some decals, and a set of slicks on and you can make money in no time by driving your car in a drift competition
@Nudity Industries, you just gotta dump a couple grand in initially, then another grand every time you need new tires.
Soooo... a taxi?
This app annoys you by opening the interent with a stupid advert
What if you got a self driving car then worked for uber and just chilled in the back with your passengers. Hell bring a Nintendo switch and just play Mario cart with them while you are getting paid.
*slavery, that's what indentured servitude is, and the whole bottom half has no place in this pic.
@Trump Repellant, not quite. Slaves are considered property, indentured servants are not. Indentured servants only work until a set debt is repayed, then they have their freedom. Slaves don't get freedom.