The "Sharing" Economy: Issues Facing Platforms, Participants, and Regulators A Federal Trade Commission Workshop #02004

Submission Number:
02004
Commenter:
lo
State:
Texas
Initiative Name:
The "Sharing" Economy: Issues Facing Platforms, Participants, and Regulators A Federal Trade Commission Workshop
If drivers are all INDEPENDENT CONTRACTS will all varieties, then how come the fare is all SAME in one city? At $1/mile and Uber takes away 28% to 40%, drivers can only get $0.60 to $0.72 per mile. Besides, Uber does not pay DEAD MILES. Other than taking away 28% to 40%, Uber put all driving cost and expense on drivers. Passengers overlook this unjust as long as fare is cheap and tip is not necessary. If you love Uber, you will also love cheap products from sweatshop.