The other day I requested an Uber ride and was matched with a driver whose rating I didn't like, so I cancelled the ride. It was very early in the morning (not busy), so when I requested another ride, he was still the closest in-service driver.
Other than calling or texting him directly and asking him not to accept again, does anyone know of a way to not get him again in that moment? Uber can prevent future matches through contacting support, but I didn't exactly have time for that and needed a ride.
Not really part of the question, more of a musing based off Johns-305's answer. . . The potential for me to open the Lyft app and request a ride (hoping this same driver doesn't drive for both) is so great that it seems Uber should want me to be able to find a different driver right away to stay on their network.