Uber driver fell asleep at the wheel and the woman drove herself home!

1. The driver fell asleep and began swerving dangerously.

Tejaswini Divya Naik, 28, was just about to return to her home in Mumbai. She had come from nearby Pune. She had to drive herself and take an Uber home. The Uber driver who drove her home fell asleep on the way and began to veer dangerously off the road.

 

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2. the driver was unfit to drive.

Like many people in the world, she pulled out her smartphone and ordered an Uber.

It showed up around 1pm. For a while, everything seemed to be going well. In any case, after a while it became clear that this driver was not capable of taking responsibility for the car. Jasvini began to watch his head gestures as the driver dozed off. He also shook his head frequently to keep him awake.

He mumbled to himself.

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3. likely to be killed.

Suddenly, he swerved the wrong way. He almost hit an approaching car on the road. If they had been killed, there was a greater than normal chance that both of them would be dead. And when I looked at the driver, he was asleep. Tejaswini, surprisingly calm, quickly came up with a way to wake the driver. She made a right turn and entered the right lane.

She also tweeted.

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4. She convinced him to let her take over.

Then she convinced him to move to the side of the road and let her take over. And she must make sure that no one gets hurt. That means she can take the wheel.

Tejaswini, who works in the film industry, said.

'Just before we got onto the highway, I had a feeling that the driver was getting sleepy.


He was asleep and trying to shake his head like people do when they are tired. I spoke to my father, my business partner, and a close friend who is getting married this April, and during our third conversation he swerved to the left, hit an oncoming car, and then swerved back into the middle of the two lanes. That's when I saw his head fall off."

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5. Naik further added: "I was in the middle of the road, and I was in the middle of the road.

The car ran into an obstacle and I don't know how I remained calm the whole time. Then I asked the driver, "Brother, are you sleepy? With those words he woke up and turned the wheel two milliseconds before we had a terrible accident. I've often heard that it's best not to wake someone up out of the blue because you never know how they will react or which way they will turn. So I think I was unconsciously keeping my cool. For the next five minutes or so, I convinced him to pull over and let me drive. I told him I had no problem driving and that I liked driving."

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Apparently, they did not want to pay for the ride. In any case, she made it home safely. She contacted Uber via Twitter and Instagram. tejaswini says they apologized but did not return the money and advised her to report the matter to the police.

They told me that my case had reached the highest level of escalation and they expelled my driver partner," she said.

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