My interview on CGTN America: New York City just voted to cap Uber and Lyft vehicles

Recently I had the honor of being interviewed on CGTN America in a segment about rideshare and taxis in NYC. It was an interesting discussion geared toward the general audience (so not rideshare pros) but a good opportunity to talk about rideshare from our perspective. Here’s a clip from the interview, and if you’d like…

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Uber Will No Longer Pay Passenger Referral Bonuses

An important part of treating your rideshare work as a business is diversifying your income. Passenger and driver referrals have always been a great way to add extra cash to your rideshare income, but a recent change by Uber has removed one of our options for earning extra cash. Mark, the Youtube creator of Uber Hints,…

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FarePilot: One of the Best Rideshare Driver Apps Ever?

There a lot of apps out there that are trying to be driver tools to help us do certain aspects of driving, things like track your miles, or earnings, or monitoring where surge is, but one of the cooler apps I’ve seen is called FarePilot. FarePilot’s interesting because it’s one of the first apps out…

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Lyft’s New Weekly Ride Challenge Bonus is Live!

Today I’d like to cover Lyft’s new bonus called The Weekly Ride Challenge. And stick around because at the end of the video I’m gonna give you my recommendation, whether this new bonus is a a thumbs or a thumbs down. Take a look at Jay’s video, and scroll to the transcript below to see…

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What’s It Like to be a Bird Charger? Electric Scooter App Walkthrough

Today, Ezra from The Rideshare Guy is going to share his experience charging Bird scooters and making some money while doing it. It’s a growing on-demand job that offers pretty easy extra money, so take a look at Ezra’s video and see if it’s the kind of work you might want to do. What is…

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