Want more Uber requests? Get in line for an app that powers pickups…

It’s finally coming. We can’t say too much yet except that we’ve been heads down working on this, and are excited to share this with the world soon: A new way to optimize your Uber driving. We’re expecting extremely high driver demand for this and will roll it out on a very selective basis. You can request to get in line now to be one of the first too have access to it starting today by adding your name below.

Continue reading “Want more Uber requests? Get in line for an app that powers pickups…”

Exclusive interview with Shannon Liss-Riordan explaining the Uber Settlement

In an hour long conversation, Shannon Liss-Riordan provided details on the $100 million dollar Uber Settlement, announced last Thursday, directly to SherpaShare to help share with every single driver in the US.

Shannon’s message is clear: This settlement is a major step forward for drivers, and given all of the circumstances, was the clear best choice to help impact and improve the daily lives of Uber drivers.

Find out exactly how you are affected and how you benefit, whether you’re an Uber driver in California, Massachusetts, or anywhere else throughout the US. Read the summary and see excerpts from the video interview. Get the full interview clips on the SherpaShare website. 
Continue reading “Exclusive interview with Shannon Liss-Riordan explaining the Uber Settlement”

Chariot for Women is now SafeHer, delays launch citing high demand

We wrote a couple of weeks ago about the launch of Chariot for Women with the app planning to launch on April 19. However they have now rebranded. Continue reading “Chariot for Women is now SafeHer, delays launch citing high demand”

SF to require all Uber and Lyft drivers to get a business license

San Fran will require all independent contractors to obtain business licenses if they drive for Lyft or Uber for seven or more days a year.  Continue reading “SF to require all Uber and Lyft drivers to get a business license”

Shuddle, ‘Uber for kids’ to shut down!

Shuddle, the Uber for kids, who had provided 65,000 rides around the Bay Area, announced today that they are unable to raise a new round of financing and are shutting down operations completely on April 15th. Continue reading “Shuddle, ‘Uber for kids’ to shut down!”

Chariot for Women: Boston’s Women ONLY Rideshare company

We had read from some of Pulse’s women drivers about a new rideshare company being launched in Boston that is ONLY for women drivers and women and children passengers. We decided to take a look at Chariot for Women Continue reading “Chariot for Women: Boston’s Women ONLY Rideshare company”

Uber Lawsuits: Top driver questions for Shannon Liss-Riordan

We asked drivers to submit questions to Shannon and here are the responses directly from Shannon. Unfortunately Shannon had to postpone the LIVE Q&A session due to scheduling conflict but we will be sure to let you know when we have it. Here are her responses: Continue reading “Uber Lawsuits: Top driver questions for Shannon Liss-Riordan”

Special Pulse Event with Shannon Liss-Riordan

Join an exclusive “Ask Me Anything” with Shannon Liss-Riordan, “the lawyer suing Uber”.

This is a pre-announcement for an exclusive online conversation with Shannon Liss-Riordan on April 7th at 12pm PST / 3pm EST, on our Pulse App.

***We highly encourage you to join the event group now as space will be limited and we expect very high demand. You can find the group “LIVE Q&A with Shannon Liss-Riordan” under New groups in the Discover section of the Pulse app. The app and event are free, reserve your spot now.***

More details about the event will follow soon!

Download the SherpaShare Pulse App and join the Group “LIVE Q&A with Shannon Liss-Riordan”

Massachusetts passes Rideshare regulations: Others might follow

Last week Boston passed law to regulate the burgeoning rideshare system in the city. L.A and Atlanta also are planning to or trying to pass regulation that will regulate pick up at airports. Here is what it means for you. Continue reading “Massachusetts passes Rideshare regulations: Others might follow”