Despite all the recent scandals from Uber, if you're like me, you're using ride sharing services more and more these days. However, after a recent close call, while using a ride sharing service on a business trip to Silicon Valley, I realized that while I had been using them for a while, I had no idea what to do if I were to get an accident!
We were inches away from rear-ending the car in front of us!
What did I really know about the guy that was driving me around in crazy Bay area traffic?
Let's face it, ride sharing and ride-hailing services are getting to be part of the mainstream. As more people use them, more problems are becoming apparent. Fifteen percent of adults in the United States have used a ride sharing app and of those 17% use one on a daily or weekly basis. Young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 are the most likely demographic to use a ride sharing app.
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