Uber’s path forward
Garrett Camp
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Honestly (and no offense to the hard working drivers), I can’t wait until you guys just forgo the drivers and get the .25 cent robotic rides. It’ll tick a lot of people off, but it’s inevitable. That’ll change everything.

Everyone is always going to be mad about something. Your being aggressive is frustrating and annoying (like in Austin), but your growth is proof of success to investors. I hate Uber, but I have to use it any time I travel. Drivers are usually nice, it’s always cheaper than a cab. What am I gonna do… walk?

Seriously.

Just hurry up and get pressure on regulations needing to be passed. You can have your entry into driverless rideshare and then we can have the competition and consumer-use hop in.

Ready to stop driving forever.

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