Another great fact about ride-sharing is that as long as someone has a car, they can do it. Even someone who doesn’t speak the language that well. As long as they stop at red lights and know how to zipper merge, that’s really all you need.
This driver’s car includes a message from the driver’s daughter that says she loves her daddy and that he’s working on learning the language. It’s important to remember that every man is fighting his own battle, and it’s cute to see his daughter is supporting him!
The Force is With Him
One of the advantages of ride-sharing apps is being able to log in and use them to earn money whenever, and sometimes wherever. Plenty of people use them to earn a little extra cash, and one hero uses Lyft to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House.
He's known as “Fluke Skywalker,” and he gets dressed up as the famous Jedi master to visit kids in the hospital. No doubt his passengers throw in plenty of bills to buy some toys for little Star Wars fans.
A Miniature World Inside a Car
Drivers love to decorate their cars to give passengers a better ride, and every once in a while we see some that really go wild. While the picture here is dark, there's no denying that the decorations that are in this vehicle really take you away from it all.
We can see snow-capped forests along the rising dashboard, buildings that look like a library and a small, cute little forest cottage, forest pools, clouds, and a little chandelier hanging from the rear-view mirror. Beautiful!
Shouldn't You Be Doing That in a Sewer?
It's not every day you get to see a real live comic book character. Most days, in fact. But one driver in New York City had an encounter that is pretty close to the real thing, though not the way it usually goes.
A driver who goes by needlenose87 said that a guy got into the backseat, stripped down to nothing, and changed into one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He was, as you might have been able to guess, pretty drunk. For the record, he changed into the orange one, Michelangelo. What was he up to? Eating pizza and fighting ninjas if we're lucky.
The Secondhand Story
One way to have a fun chat with a driver is to ask for horror stories, which is how we heard about this one. A passenger asked the driver, and the driver had this story: Late at night, the driver picked up a couple wearing nothing but black clothes. They had him drive to a cemetery. In the middle of the night.
The whole time he's trying to make conversation with the couple, but nothing is catching. He arrives at the cemetery, he checks his phone quickly, and the couple is gone. He never saw them again – he didn't even see them get out of the car.