You should be smart enough to know that it represents ALL drivers.
It ultimately helps form a negative image of Rideshare drivers ( you ) and hurts ( your ) financial bottom line.
This is what happened in the taxi industry.
It only takes one or two negative experiences before a consumer will look into other options.
Furthermore cosmetic damage is that much more damaging because the consumer doesn’t even need to use the service to be deterred from it…
Cosmetic damage creates a negative visual experience that can cause the consumer to correlate that with any negative things they may have heard about the service.
Drivers here SHOULD post photos of damaged Uber cars they see on the road… as this provides an outside perspective for those who do have damage to their own vehicles.
Considerate policing from within.