The trial court correctly compelled arbitration of this Massachusetts Uber driver’s wage and hour class action, based on alleged misclassification of Uber drivers as independent contractors. For purposes of determining whether the plaintiff was a worker in interstate commerce, exempt from the FAA under 9 USC 2, the court properly considered the class of all Uber drivers nationwide, not just those in Massachusetts. Uber drivers are not workers in interstate commerce. Only 2.5% of Uber rides cross state lines. Just over 10% are to airports. Uber drivers are not last-mile drivers in the more general movement of persons or goods in interstate commerce.