One person has given us a life hack that could save your getting into an Uber.
A lot of people are legit worried because 21-year-old college student Samantha Josephson was killed when she got into a car where the driver was pretending to be her Uber driver. Since that incident, Uber and Lyft have urged people to check the car and driver matches the description in the app. They've also incorporated emergency assistance into their apps that can share a riders' location with first responders.
But one writer tweeted an interaction that has gone viral, and could save your life.
That's right. As you open the door, look to see if the child lock is on. This would keep you from getting out of the car if you needed to in an emergency. Smart!