How Drivers Can Get Deactivated For Using ‘Fake GPS’ Apps

Did you know that drivers can actually get deactivated for using fake GPS apps? I’m going to tell you how and why Uber deactivates drivers for doing this. If you’re not familiar with these apps, basically what they’re called are fake GPS or GPS spoofing apps. They’re primarily available on Android phones, and basically what they do…

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I get lots of questions and from you guys, and I do my best to answer all of them. But between running this course, The Rideshare Guy, and my Youtube channel, I really don’t get the chance to really sit down and talk to you in a long conversation. I wanted to give you guys…

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Juno is Now Accepting Pre-registration for New Drivers

Juno, a rideshare app competing with Uber and Lyft, is now accepting preregistration for new drivers. I didn’t see a big announcement, but recently I noticed a few links floating around. It looks likes they’re now accepting preregistration in all cities across the United States. Check out my video, read the transcript below, and preregister…

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Why some drivers buy this course, and why some don’t

I’m sure you guys have noticed that I put out a ton of content about Uber, Lyft, and the rideshare world. Whether it’s on The Rideshare Guy, Youtube, or here on the MRP blog, I’m pretty much constantly pushing out something new to say about rideshare. Your email inbox and social media notifications must be…

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How To Pick Up Uber Passengers in Mega-Sized Apartments Buildings

Recently, I got a question from Tim on Facebook, “Should I start the trip before my passenger arrives in one of those big apartment complexes?” As soon as I got this question, I knew that it would make for a great YouTube video because this actually happens to me a lot. Driving in Orange County, there…

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