Here’s Why Your Car Doesn’t Cost 57.5 Cents Per Mile To Operate

I want to share a video for you that’s all about what your car actually costs to operate. Over and over again I drivers making the mistake of assuming that the standard IRS mileage deduction is the true cost to operate your vehicle. It was 57.5 cents per mile, but in 2016 it’s dropping down…

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

You guys should probably be familiar with Uber’s cancellation policy by now: In most cities, if you’ve arrived at your passenger and they take five minutes or longer without coming out to meet you, you can cancel and earn the cancellation fee. But some drivers have noticed that there can be an issue if you stay…

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Why Do Uber Passengers Take So Long To Come Outside?

You might have noticed that some Uber passengers take forever to come outside after you’ve arrived. Why do they take so long, and what can you do about it? I often get emails from drivers asking me about situations where they waited for 8 to 10 minutes, or more. What should you do? Check out my video, then…

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How To Use The Uber Passenger App

If you’ve followed me for awhile, you know that I advise all drivers to occasionally take a ride as an Uber passenger. Using the Uber passenger app will teach you a lot about your rider’s experience, which is really the only way to give the best service, and earn the best ratings. In this video, Jonathan…

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What’s The Difference Between Postmates And Doordash?

Now that a lot of drivers are beginning to look into delivery, I thought it would be a good idea to explain the similarities and differences between Postmates and Doordash. I have a lot of experience ordering from them, and lately I’ve gotten addicted to ordering food from both of them. I’ve also done deliveries for…

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