By _guy_j - 06/09/2015 03:11 - United States - Glendora
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Actually he can't according to Uber's policy as it is against their rules. He's not allowed to tell people to go on the app nor can he actually be sure he would be the one driving his brother because you can not request a driver. My own brother works for them and explained this to my family over a dinner one night.
It'll make him look better on the app. What's the problem?
Really depends. If OP often does stuff for his brother and just wants a lift every now and then but he's being an ass then that's annoying. If he always demands that he takes him everywhere and rarely does anything in return then the brother has every right to charge him.