The Rise and Fall of Lyft

Lyft, what are you doing? It used to be my company. I used to be your guy. But in the past several years, you’ve made some really bad decisions. I got to say, you’re not my company anymore. In this video, I’m going to break down all the reasons why Lyft is no longer my…

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This Week: Some Drivers Didn’t Get NYE Pay, Driver Saves Pax’s Life

This week in rideshare news: Some Sacramento rideshare drivers were not paid for NYE rides, an Uber driver was fired after appearing in a protest photo, and WWYD? – A driver saves a PAX’s life. Cecily Jamelia:                  It’s our first broadcast of the year. It is this week in Rideshare News. Honestly, this is my favorite story of…

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How Rideshare Driving in LA has Changed (Spectrum News) feat. RSG Contributor Sergio Avedian

Do you think rideshare has changed in your market? Most of us who have been around for a few years would probably say yes. In 2019, our contributor Sergio Avedian got the opportunity to appear on a Spectrum News segment all about how rideshare has changed in Los Angeles. Take a look at the interview…

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Is New Year’s Eve Still Worth It For Uber Drivers?

The big day is here, New Year’s Eve. Is it still worth it to drive on NYE, with all the other drivers on the road and all those crazy NYE partiers? I want to share with you my New Year’s Eve driving strategy. Jay Cradeur from The Rideshare Guy drove on NYE last year (2018)…

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AB5 Interview with Lorena Gonzalez (California State Assemblywoman)

AB5 will become law in California beginning January 1, 2020. It could completely change the rideshare landscape, so drivers in all states should pay attention to how this law plays out because other states may adopt similar regulations for rideshare. Ezra Dubroff from The Rideshare Guy interviewed the creator of AB5, California State Assemblywoman Lorena…

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