"When you have a family to feed, kids to pay school fees for, rents to pay, a loan to pay and your work is too much and exploitative, what happens?" a driver said.
Uber slashed their prices and offered a cheaper car and this bloke is evicted. Is it Uber's fault? They could have kept the prices high and no one takes Uber and some low cost version of Lyft starts taking all the market share. Is that a better outcome?