drivers

Motherboard

Drivers Think Bikers Are Less Than Human, Survey Says

Well, that would explain the road rage.
Julissa Treviño
4.24.19
apps

The True Cost of Your Uber Ride Is Much Higher Than You Think

Investor reports reveal riders only pay 41 percent of the full cost of each ride, with investors footing the remaining 59 percent.
Samantha Cole
12.2.16
Paris

France’s Government-Backed Uber Replacement Should Thrill Uber

The government-backed 'Le.Taxi' isn't a real threat — yet.
Greg Sandoval
10.7.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Uber Drivers Are Using Zombie Profile Pictures to Rack Up Cancelation Fees

As if getting into an unfamiliar car with a complete stranger isn't scary enough.
VICE Staff
9.22.16
Uber Earth

Will Uber Crush These ‘Ethical’ Alternatives?

Uber alternatives promise benefits and pensions to drivers.
Jordan Pearson
5.27.16
Premieres

Sounds Like Being Woozy Day Drunk to Us: Here's Nick Leng's "Drivers"

Pure good vibes from this LA-based 22-year-old.
Kim Taylor Bennett
5.11.16
Stuff

Toronto Taxi Drivers Are Comparing Uber to ISIS And Hanging on to Moving Vehicles in Protest

Canadian cabbies really, really don't like the ride-sharing company.
Manisha Krishnan
12.9.15
uk

A UK Union Is Taking Legal Action Against Uber Over Drivers' Rights

Drivers' union GMB will contest that Uber drivers are employees rather than “partners.”
Emiko Jozuka
7.29.15
News

California Labor Commission: Uber Driver Is an Employee, Not a Contractor

Uber always did say that it creates jobs.
Jordan Pearson
6.17.15
News

Delhi Just Banned Uber After a Driver Allegedly Raped a Passenger

The area once known as the rape capital of India has another horrific high-profile crime on its hands.
Allie Conti
12.8.14
News

Uber Drivers Are Revolting Against Their Shitty Bosses

More than 100 furious hacks surrounded Uber's offices in New York this week to protest the company's unfair policies toward its drivers. The good news is that the free market is on their side.
Grace Wyler
9.11.14
News

Drivers Get Screwed Over Constantly in America

In order to legally operate a motor vehicle on public roads in the US today, citizens must abide an astonishing array of affronts to even the most basic concepts of civil liberty.
Michael Tracey
7.11.14
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