Since we usually take early flights and would just as soon not get up at some insanely early hour to drive to an airport, we typically stay the night in a motel near the airport we're flying out and get free parking and a free shuttle to our departure terminal in the bargain. This pencils out as the least cost and least personal wear and tear option. On arrival, you've either selected a decent hotel with a free airport shuttle or you're renting a car. Little need for cabs or Scruber. On those occasions when we're only spending the night and will leave the next morning and none of the places we'd want to stay have airport shuttles, we pay the twenty or thirty bucks for a cab. Spending hundreds or thousands on a trip and then worrying about another ten or twenty bucks for ground transport strikes me as a prime example of being penny wise and pound foolish. Uber is a virtual company so neither those who drive for it and make it possible nor those who use it for transport can expect much, very much like Shipt.