Now That Uber is Public, Will it Mean Lower Rates for Drivers?

Uber is now public. Will driver rates continue to suffer? Here’s a line from their IP disclosure documents: “While we aim to provide an earnings opportunity comparable to that available in retail, wholesale or restaurant services or other similar work, we continue to experience dissatisfaction with our platform from a significant number of drivers. In…

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This Week: New Safety Initiatives By Lyft and Uber

This week in rideshare news – Lyft launched their safety initiatives smart-trip check-in and Uber launches Ridecheck, a new feature that provides drivers with roadside assistance for emergency situations. While these features may sound “helpful” to both drivers and passengers, drivers are actually protesting the app changes in NYC.     Hey guys, what’s up,…

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The Easiest Way to Buy a Car For Uber & Lyft

The single most important tool that we as rideshare drivers have is our car. How does a rideshare driver purchase a new car? It’s not as easy as you think! In this video, Jay Cradeur shares five steps that he took to purchase a car. At the end of the video he shares exactly which…

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How Rideshare Drivers Can Earn More With Freebird (Promo Code: RSG)

Freebird is a new cash back app for Uber and Lyft passengers. All passengers have to do is download the app, link their Uber or Lyft account, and then they get cash and points back every time they request a Lyft or Uber ride using the Freebird app. For rideshare drivers, Freebird also has a…

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This Week: New Safety Features For Lyft, and Driver Revenge?

This week in rideshare news: Lyft has plans to add more safety features for their riders and drivers and an Uber Eats driver takes revenge on a customer after receiving a poor review. Hey, what’s up? It’s Cecily and thank you for coming back to this week in rideshare news. Uber and Lyft face 2…

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