Uber & Lyft Drivers – What You Should & Shouldn’t Allow in Your Car

As drivers, we can control who and what we allow in our vehicles. If we run into something that we don’t accept, we can cancel the ride and move on. But what should your criteria be for rider behavior? Joe from The Rideshare Guy recorded a great video all about what we should or shouldn’t…

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We Cover the First Ever Lyft Pitch event!

We’re here in Washington DC for the first ever Lyft Pitch Event. Eight finalists who are Lyft drivers in the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas will be pitching their business ideas in front of a panel of judges, and the winners will be walking away with over $30,000 in prizes. According to Lyft, almost 20%…

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The 17 Secrets to Instacart Driving

Driving for more than one service is a crucial strategy to maximizing your ridesharing profits. I always say that all drivers should be at least signed up for Uber and Lyft, and diversifying into delivery is an even better way to make sure that you always have a new option to earn in your area.…

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Driving Uber In Big Vs Small City – San Francisco vs Minneapolis

Do drivers in small cities need to use different strategies than drivers in big cities? We’re going to talk about the differences in driving when you’re in a big market versus a small market. Jay Cradeur, who’s in San Francisco and Joe, who is in Minneapolis share with you some of the similarities and the…

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Pregnant Lyft driver killed by passenger – Really sad story

This video and post are about a sad news story that happened a little while back. I saw this story that just came out on the news and it’s about a pregnant Lyft driver in Arizona that was actually murdered by her passenger. I decided to do a live stream with other drivers to help…

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