Google Maps vs. Waze – Which One Is Better For Rideshare Drivers?

As Rideshare drivers, we often rely on navigation apps to get our passengers and packages to their destinations. You can use Uber’s in-app navigation, but a lot of drivers prefer to use third-party apps. If that’s you, there’s two main options: Google Maps and Waze. Although Google bought Waze back in 2013 for a little…

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Should I Go Offline After I Cancel On My Uber Passenger?

You are probably familiar with Uber’s cancellation policy by now: You have to wait five minutes after you’ve arrived in order to get a cancellation fee. But should you go offline after you cancel on your passenger? It might help you avoid bad ratings. Check out my video, then read the transcript to see what I…

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The Top Phone Mounts For Rideshare Drivers

One of the most important accessories for every Uber and Lyft drivers is a phone mount. These humble holders help keep you safe on the road and they’ll help your passengers feel safe too. In this video we’ll look at several popular phone mount options including window mounts, vent mounts, dashboard mounts, and more. Check out…

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Should I Worry About My Uber Rating As A New Uber Driver?

If you’re a newer Uber driver, you might be wondering how the Uber driver rating system works and whether you should even worry about your rating as a new driver. It’s not like a traditional rating system. A four-star rated restaurant on Yelp is an awesome restaurant, something I’d definitely go try. But a four-star…

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Here’s your free course video

Hey guys, Harry here. After getting tons of emails from you guys asking me for a sample video from the course, I’ve finally gotten the hint! So today I want to share a sample video from Maximum Ridesharing Profits with you, so you can see what the course content is really like. The sample video I…

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