Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Downtown Power & Light District 'Uber Zones' Crafted To Serve Worst D-Bags In Kansas City

Some call it "smart city progress" whilst the more cynical souls among us lament trendy tech targeting cowtown 30K-Millionaires and new money that has yet to cultivate any class. Read more: Kansas City Power & Light District partners with Uber to make getting rides easier

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

This is really a great idea.
Now the sophisticates who patronize the P&L District can stumble into an Uber black car and their friends won't have to worry about them puking in their car after they beg a ride home.
KCMO: The city that never sleeps!
Hahahahahaha!!

Anonymous said...

What about Ztrip? (1010 taxi)

Anonymous said...

These are people too afraid to go to Westport because they are pussies

Anonymous said...

Taxis are out, I was a Uber driver for a minuet, Paid 50 Bucks to get a "Sticker" that proves I was a safe bet for riders in KC, Just like the cabbies have to do, or did!! Technology is great but to many people belive anything is safe!!!! I think anyone who drives for ride share companies are the dumbest of them all, and if you use a ride share app to get you home, thats awesome because you chose not to drink and drive, but you really need to get SMART and plan ahead better than the stupity of using a ride share app, If you get in a crash with your rideshare driver you need to understand that the insurance of the ride share app wont cover your ass, and the insurance the driver has wont cover you either because Insurance companies require that anyone that uses their vehicle for business to state that, and if ride share drivers stated that, they could never afford the cheap trips and no tips rideshare apps offer. Rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft are making bank, but you are rolling the dice when using these services. I think there should be a "rideshare" insurance policy for riders, the reason there isnt one is because Insurance companies are not that stupid, it would kill their bottom line......LOL

Anonymous said...

Chances are the passenger doesn't have health insurance. Its still safer than walking through midtown at 3 am.