Now, why would a picture of a smashed-up car make it onto this list of crazy ride-sharing stories? See if you can put the pieces together. If you can, you’re probably smarter than the driver of this car.
According to the story we found, the driver turned to the passenger, said “Watch this,” and then started putting the car into a drift. He immediately crashed into a post. If you’re going to say “watch this,” make sure you know what you’re doing, or your passenger might be walking home through two miles of freezing rain, giving you a one-star rating.
A Really Dedicated Driver
Drivers get plenty of interesting characters riding in their cars, but some of the drivers themselves are pretty weird, too. Weird isn't always bad, though. Case in point, this driver's trim, which has the name and symbol of the service that he provides. Is that going to make the tips go up?
Is he going to get a higher rating? It's at least pretty funny. And it's memorable. Sometimes being memorable is just as good as being good, especially when the line between a “good” driver and a “great” driver can be so slim.
These Just Keep Getting Better and Better
There are a couple of really fancy setups in some of the cars on this list, but this one might take the cake. In fact, the only way it could be better is if there was cake. This car boasts a collection of hand lotions and sanitizers, screens you can use to watch movies, and what even appears to be an entirely separate screen that is attached to a Playstation device.
Finally, there is a dewdrop-shaped metal object, with a use that escapes use. It has buttons, it's plugged into something, and it has some holes on the front. Let us know what it does!
We Hope Everyone Survived
Getting into someone else's car is always a little interesting. How fast do they take corners? Are they extra careful or do they go as soon as they can? Do they understand what a yield sign means? All good questions.
Twitter user Tyler Coates's driver actually asked that last question, apparently unaware of what the simple yellow signs mean. Has anybody heard from Tyler Coates recently? Is he okay? Maybe just go for a walk next time. Five miles won't take you that long, and it's healthier than getting into a car accident, at least.
An Uber Compliment
We all like to be told we're looking good. Or that we smell good. Or that we bake good cookies. Whatever your compliment of choice might be, you probably don't mind have a stranger give you one, as long as it isn't weird.
It will have to be up to you whether the compliment Twitter user “harmonysaccount” received was reasonable. “I like your hat. U got a hat face. U ever heard that?” (That's a direct quote from the tweet, btw). Doesn't seem too bad, honestly. Harmony does note that the day's hat was a cowboy hat. Well, everybody looks good in a cowboy hat.