Harry here. Today, senior RSG contributor John Ince shares a story of a quick thinking driver, a lawsuit against Uber brought forth by its own employees and a new study from MIT.
Before I get into this week’s rideshare roundup, just a quick administrative note that there won’t be any posts next week since I’m currently on my honeymoon. I actually got married last weekend and right now I’m in the middle of a 2 week European vacation. We started off in Rome and now we’re touring through Santorini and Naxos before heading on to Athens and Istanbul.
If you’re interested, I’m going to be doing a huge month long trip report/travel hacking series on how I paid for about 2/3 of the hotels and flights with miles and points on my personal finance blog starting in August. I plan to be back writing and posting again for this site during the first week of August though and I’ve actually got a podcast coming out on Monday 8/4 that talks about my most lucrative 3 days of rideshare driving ever.
For now though, the wi-fi connection has been better than expected so I thought I’d take a break from relaxing on the beach and share some information with you.
I wanted to thank all the sites that have linked to me over the past couple weeks and in particular Sherpa who featured my site in their latest driver e-mail. If you haven’t signed up for Sherpa yet, I recommend you do so immediately.
If you’d like some more information on the company, you can check out our interview with the co-founder Ryder Pearce here.