Anyone else have an Uber driver say "oh, why don't you sit in the front," or something along those lines. Its a pet peeve to be honest, cause now I feel obligated to say yes, and instead of being on my phone, I have to make Akward small talk for 20 minutes
@Duncan5769, I used uber for the first time last week for a few rides, are you not supposed to always sit in the front? Id feel like I'm offending them if I don't
@Jipz, not that I'm aware of. I always treated it like a cab.
@Duncan5769, my rule for getting in anyone car is back and across if possible. They can see you and you can see them, it's not too awkward and you can't hide anything if you're malicious. I would do the same for cabs and uber if it existed in my town.
@Hellboi, that is better put than how I said it, it allows you to have a conversation still, if the driver's like that (nothing wrong with it, I just prefer quiter rides)
@Duncan5769, I took a LYFT home from the airport last week and without thinking I got in the front seat. It was too late to switch to the back so it was just him and I for 40 mins. Luckily he was a cool dude but that was a risky move.
As an Uber driver I prefer people sit in front because I can use my peripheral vision to make sure they aren't doing anything. I'm always paranoid they're gonna rob me or something and not having them behind me is comforting. Also, I've had people try to cut my seats for some reason and luckily I was able to see them and stop them before they did.
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i always sit in the front and try to act like we are friends. more humane that way
Those should both be questions.