Recently, I took a very pleasant group of people to a small city by the water. Their final destination was approximately 50 minutes away. I picked them up at the airport. They were here in Michigan to spend the week of July 4th by the water.

Rideshare is becoming what appears to be a permanent fixture in our culture. A year or so ago, when I would type in the word “rideshare,” I would get the red squiggly line telling me I had a misspelled word. That is no longer the case!

Q: Would you want your wife to become a rideshare driver?

The flat out answer is no, I do not want my wife out rideshare driving. Here’s why:

As stated in Part 1, any driver with a few rides under their belt can probably predict with 100% accuracy their first interactions with a passenger about to get into their vehicle.