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Here's some rideshare stuff happening in the U.S.
Some frightening, like the young driver being shot at over a $10 McDonald's delivery.
Some Covid-19 related, like face recognition software being employed to ensure passengers are wearing masks.
And some interesting, like all of the new rideshare startups in response to Uber and Lyft's legal stoushes.
Thank you to all the extra drivers who added their results to the survey since they were first published yesterday. There were some significant changes, so I've republished them here.
This chart reflects increased pessimism. The original chart showed 64% reported that their rideshare business was worse or much worse because of the pandemic. This has increased to a whopping 78%.
The survey results are in and the results are interesting. If you didn't get around to completing the survey yesterday, you can still do so at https://rideshareguy.com.au/please-complete-this-short-rideshare-survey/. I'll be happy to republish the results if the figures change significantly.
The chart above is just one of the results from one question. As you can see, 64% of respondents felt that their rideshare business was worse or much worse because of Covid-19.
Let's have a look at the rest of the results.