Should You Charge An Uber Passenger For Returning A Lost Phone?

Should you charge an Uber passenger for returning a lost cell phone? After every ride, I usually do a quick sweep to make sure nobody left anything behind. I use the flashlight on my phone too look around, and sometimes passengers leave more valuable items, like a cell phone. How can you return it, should…

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How Much Data Will A Rideshare Driver Use?

If you’re considering driving for Uber, Lyft or some other on-demand service, you’re probably wondering what kind of impact the job will have on your phone’s data usage. In this video Jonathan will dive into the numbers and even compare a few cell phone plans to help you get the most bandwidth for your buck.…

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Amazon Flex vs. Amazon Restaurant Delivery

By now you’ve probably heard of Amazon Flex, an app-based delivery service that’s been growing ever more popular since its debut in September 2015. Today, contributor Jonathan will explain a bit about how Amazon Flex shifts work and discuss their new restaurant delivery side which competes with similar services like DoorDash and Postmates. Take a…

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How Drivers and Riders Can Contact Uber

Believe it or not, one of the most popular articles on The Rideshare Guy is about the top nine ways to contact Uber support when you need help. It’s a pretty important topic for drivers and riders, so I’m going to go over a few of the different ways that you can contact Uber and…

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UberMan on What It’s Like To Rent A Car Out on Turo

Turo is a peer-to-peer car rental service that lets you rent cars from other drivers, or rent your car out to drivers. It’s a new way to earn some side money while you’re not using your car, so I talked to UberMan on Youtube about his experiences renting his car out on turo. Watch the…

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