Uber has announced it's new on-demand delivery service, called UberRUSH. With UberRUSH, local businesses will be able to send items to anyone across the city to their customers. When you choose to deliver something, an Uber driver will show up at your place. You hand over the item to the driver and they will deliver it anywhere within the city. Both you and the person receiving the package can track the car within the Uber app, as well as get notifications for deliveries.
The service is launching in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco. Local businesses in these areas such as Blockheads, Indie Fresh, Sam & Lex, and others have already started using UberRUSH and with the help of Uber's business platform partners such as Shopify, Clover, ChowNow, Bigcommerce, BloomNet and delivery.com others can also integrate UberRUSH into their business.
Don't worry, I'm wise and my statement still holds true :) "... the more companies copy this "rush" service, the better for you, the consumer" If a company like Uber delivers bad service it will go down the gutter sooner than later. At least...
I gave you just how ppl know how uber drivers are in reality use your common senese man jesus christ .. if you wise enough search for more results.. jeez..
The link you gave is a prank video and does not represent majority of uber drivers (I've also heard of bad taxi drivers!). It's hilarious tho! :)