By now, most of us have heard of Uber.
If you’ve never heard of it, you’ve probably heard that its driverless cars will make the roads safer.
It’s all true, but there are plenty of other things about the technology that make it a little misleading.
Here’s why you should know that the technology is a bit of a fluke.1.
Uber’s fleet of autonomous cars is far smaller than the size of your local city, and therefore much more susceptible to crashThe average Uber driver in the U.S. is a young white man.
Uber has more than a million active drivers in the United States, and roughly 2.5 million of those are white men between the ages of 19 and 24.
That’s a lot of potential for collisions.
That said, according to Uber’s own estimates, a single car could crash for a staggering 15,000 people a day.
That doesn’t include all the cars in the fleet that are not fully driverless, or those that are still operating on a limited number of routes.
So even if the average Uber rider had a vehicle of comparable size to a typical city vehicle, it’s unlikely that they would get in a crash, at least not on a daily basis.2.
Uber cars aren’t always driverlessUber’s vehicles are constantly changing hands, often in a matter of minutes.
This means that they aren’t all driverless.
Uber is still in the business of picking up fares and returning the money, and it still has the ability to drive around with a human at the wheel.
That means that it’s not necessarily safe to say that Uber cars are always fully driver-less.3.
The technology is only really useful for urban areasUber cars are usually limited to one route in a city, rather than a full city, because Uber drivers typically work in cities that are crowded with people.
This limits the number of people that Uber can use for the entire trip, and also means that Uber drivers have to rely on a person to take over when things go awry.
If Uber can’t operate in a place where people are crowded, the company won’t be able to attract riders.4.
Uber isn’t a competitor to other transportation companiesUber isn’t just another ride-hailing company, and in most cases its cars aren.
Uber does have a significant competitor in Lyft, which has a fleet of around 1 million cars.
But Uber’s drivers and the majority of Uber’s riders are white males.
Lyft is much smaller, with a much larger driver pool.
That has a lot to do with how it operates in a crowded city.5.
Uber doesn’t have any insuranceIf you do happen to be riding in a car that was driven by a white man, you should probably call Uber.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, Uber has no insurance coverage, and its vehicles can crash without anyone being in a position to help.
Uber was founded in 2005 by two men, Travis Kalanick and Andrew Ng, and the company has a history of using white males as drivers and passengers.
Kalan and Ng both have significant political connections.
The insurance industry is still working on determining whether Uber is legally required to provide insurance, but the lack of coverage makes it a very risky company.6.
Uber relies on a “surge pricing” system for its surge pricingIt’s easy to understand why Uber is charging drivers a premium to ride with them.
Uber drivers can charge a premium for the chance to drive in the surge lanes at the end of the trip, when demand for the car is higher.
Uber also charges drivers an additional $3.50 per mile for each additional mile that they drive with the car.
This premium is paid on top of the normal driver fee.
The drivers can also take home an extra $100,000 per year.
In other words, the drivers are getting paid a very high rate to drive with Uber, even if they are not actually driving the cars.
Uber doesn’t just pay drivers more than normal, it also pays them more than they would earn on their regular jobs.
If a driver is making $50,000 a year, they would make $80,000 in salary.
If they are making $25,000, they could make $50K a year.
The extra money is used to fund a massive marketing campaign, and then used to pay drivers a large chunk of the fare for a trip that would otherwise have been free.
Uber drivers are paid $3 per mile in order to operate a car, and $3 for each extra mile.
That money is spent on marketing and advertising.
Drivers are paid for each mile they drive.
The more people they drive, the more they can make.
If drivers were paid $50 per year for driving a car of the same size as a regular Uber driver, they wouldn’t make any money.
Uber can only afford to pay them $100 per year, because they are paid