32,000 Miles for Uber and Lyft with a Chevy Bolt – How an Electric Car Holds Up!

Have you thought about driving an electric vehicle for Uber and Lyft? The Rideshare Guy contributor Gabe Ets-Hokin thought he could save the planet and make more money at the same time, so he bought a 2018 Chevy Bolt. Find out what happens when you drive for Uber and Lyft with an electric car. My…

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This Week: Uber Driver Caught Giving Himself a 5 Star Rating and $100 Tip!

This week in rideshare news: An uber eats delivery driver gets caught eating a customer’s food, a driver gives himself a tip and 5-star rating, and a man attacks an uber driver.   Hey guys, what’s up? It’s Cecily. I’m on location. I’m filming a movie, but I’ve got the news for you so don’t…

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Geico Is Paying Lyft Drivers to Use Their Rideshare Insurance (CA only)

Did you know that Lyft and Geico are working together to offer you a program that will literally pay you to make rides on Lyft when you are insured with rideshare insurance from Geico? I thought this is too good to be true, but I did in fact sign up to get rideshare insurance with…

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What I Learned After 100 Postmates Deliveries

Diversifying your income is a key tactic in the unpredictable on-demand economy, and delivery apps can be a good way to balance out your work. Delivery is especially useful when rideshare is slow. Depending on the city you live in, a midday lunch rush could pay more than Uber or Lyft. Postmates is one of…

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This Week: Lyft Autonomous Vehicles & New Uber Subscription Service

This week in rideshare news: Lyft, surprisingly, supports and encourages autonomous vehicle development and Uber launches a new, affordable subscription service priced at $25 a month. Also in rideshare news, Uber and Lyft drivers reveal the first thing they notice about passengers when they pick them up and an Uber driver makes a 400-mile round…

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