Should You Charge An Uber Passenger For Returning A Lost Phone?

Should you charge an Uber passenger for returning a lost cell phone? After every ride, I usually do a quick sweep to make sure nobody left anything behind. I use the flashlight on my phone too look around, and sometimes passengers leave more valuable items, like a cell phone. How can you return it, should…

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How Much Data Will A Rideshare Driver Use?

If you’re considering driving for Uber, Lyft or some other on-demand service, you’re probably wondering what kind of impact the job will have on your phone’s data usage. In this video Jonathan will dive into the numbers and even compare a few cell phone plans to help you get the most bandwidth for your buck.…

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Amazon Flex vs. Amazon Restaurant Delivery

By now you’ve probably heard of Amazon Flex, an app-based delivery service that’s been growing ever more popular since its debut in September 2015. Today, contributor Jonathan will explain a bit about how Amazon Flex shifts work and discuss their new restaurant delivery side which competes with similar services like DoorDash and Postmates. Take a…

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UberMan on What It’s Like To Rent A Car Out on Turo

Turo is a peer-to-peer car rental service that lets you rent cars from other drivers, or rent your car out to drivers. It’s a new way to earn some side money while you’re not using your car, so I talked to UberMan on Youtube about his experiences renting his car out on turo. Watch the…

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How Do Uber And Lyft Sign Up Bonuses Work?

In this video, I really want to explain how sign up bonuses work. They are one of the most important things you need to think about if you’re a new driver. We make some of our revenue off driver referral bonuses and it’s one of the ways we are able to create all of this content,…

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