D-Money of Extreme Uber Rides bringing you this new video of the absolute WORST ride he has ever given. This video shows an increasingly common type of Uber scam called Short-Stopping. Unlike the canceled Uber ride scam, a short-stop scam is pretty simple: the passenger enters a false destination into the app which is a much shorter ride than the distance to their real destination, and then once the car arrives at the false address, the rider either tries to convince you to drive the rest of the way for free, or they offer to pay you cash for the remainder of the trip. Their goal is always to save a few bucks on their ride, at the driver’s expense. In this example I’ll show you how to deal with a passenger who pulls this scam on you, and how to respond when the road gets a little bumpy. For anyone unable to come to obvious conclusions on their own, this video is a joke meant to satirize YouTube Uber ride videos.