Should Uber and Lyft Drivers Do Cash Rides?

Have you ever though that you could make more money if you just cut out the middle man and gave rides to people for cash or credit card only? We know that Uber and Lyft and all these companies really are taking higher and higher commissions. And what a way this would be to get…

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How Much I Made Charging Scooters For Lime

Lately I’ve put out a few videos and articles about the new electric scooter companies that seem to be popping up all over the US. My videos have mainly focused on Bird, but Lime is another big player in the scooter market that you may have heard of. Both companies offer charging jobs, paying up…

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Why I Drive More For Lyft

Jay Cradeur of The Rideshare Guy chooses to drive a lot more for Lyft than for Uber. Why might a driver strongly prefer one over the other? Take a look at Jay’s video, and scroll to the transcript to see all the points he covers. If you can, drive for both Uber and Lyft Well…

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Do Acceptance & Cancellation Rates Matter?

It would be great if every ride request we received was nearby and we could auto-accept all of them. Unfortunately, that is not always the case, and there may be some requests that we want to decline or even cancel. How do these declined or canceled requests affect us? Joe here with The Rideshare Guy,…

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Five Ways Uber & Lyft Drivers Can Minimize Expenses

There’s two sides to income equation for Uber and Lyft drivers: Earnings, and expenses. That’s why we call it Maximum Ridesharing Profits, not Maximum Ridesharing Revenue! The highest revenue can still result in weak profits if you can’t keep your expenses under control. Your Driver Mike made a quick video over on Youtube about minimizing…

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