-Wouldn’t it be — If you go to a restaurant, it’s pretty much standard 15%. -I was a huge Lyft supporter. That’s why I’ve only driven for Lyft, right, because Uber was the bad one, Lyft was the good one to drivers. But over the years, it’s just gotten worse and worse and worse. I looked at my rides yesterday, and on average, Lyft was taking out 43% to 48% of every ride. [marching band playing] ♪♪ -Drivers are responsible for virtually everything that can go wrong in this job — car repairs, insurance, gas costs. You know, we can lose our job in a minute. Every day when I go out, I drive in fear that somebody’s gonna hit me, that I’m gonna get deactivated, and I’m not gonna be able to feed my children this week, that I’m not gonna be able to pay my rent. I’m not okay with that. -[speaking indistinctly] And then feeling not considerate is really, like — it’s really disappointed. And when you feel like you are considered and you are treated well, then you would try to do — then you would try to do your best and give the smile to the customer and do your best. -It’s not a wealth gap. With big tech, they’re talking millions and billions of dollars that’s gonna be made this week. And compared to their drivers, who they have a worker — a relationship of worker exploitation with. We have no voice in our work. We have no benefits whatsoever. We have no minimum wage. No amount is too small. And we lose money the minute we go out the door. -I want passengers to know that we’re not being fairly compensated for the service that we’re providing them. I want other drivers to know that they don’t have to stay disconnected, that there are other people out there that are struggling like they are and they can connect up with us. And I want the government to know that it’s time for them to step up and provide worker protections like we’ve been fighting for for over 100 years.