If there's one group of people who have definitely seen it all, it's Uber drivers. They see the good, bad, and the cute, and the ugly of humanity, and many of them have to put up with far more than they should. But does witnessing occasional intimate exchanges, unguarded moments, and relationships of all kinds give them a special perspective? This year, just in time for Valentine's Day, you can get love advice from Uber drivers themselves — because they have certainly seen it all (and I'm not just talking about me trying to drunk-eat the french fries I've hidden in my inside pocket).
Now, it's important to note that they are not trained relationship experts of any kind — nor do they consider themselves to be. These drivers haven't gone around meddling in relationships, they've only given advice in this instance because they were asked. Their wisdom comes from the fact that they've been able to see all sorts of relationship from a very up-close-and-personal point of view. They've seen people in the throes of a breakup and in the early stages of romance — they've seen communication go awry and people hoping to make up. From drunken spats to romance blossoming, there's a lot that you can learn from being around two people working out their relationship. So what have the Uber drivers learned from their time behind the wheel? Here's what they had to say.