3 Simple Changes That Uber & Lyft Must Make

Say you’re ending your day of driving and you’d like to give a couple more rides. You’re right near downtown area but you don’t want to end up getting a ride that takes you 20 miles in the opposite direction. What if there was a way where you could set a radius so that you…

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Is UberEATS Worth It For Drivers?

Now that UberEATS has expanded to most Uber markets, there are lots of drivers out there who are wondering whether it’s worth it to accept EATS deliveries or not. And it’s not like you always have a choice — A lot of us were signed up for it without notice! So should you keep EATS…

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How Much I Make Driving for Uber and Lyft After Expenses

A question we regularly look at is: How much do drivers really make with Uber and Lyft? It’s worth coming back to because the rideshare landscape is constantly changing. For this analysis, we’re going to take into account expenses, so you’re going to see what can you make and then subtract expenses, and then what…

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How to Use Google Maps with Lyft Navigation

What is it like to have your preferred navigation option built directly into the Driver app? Joe here at The Rideshare Guy, and today, we’re going to discuss Lyft in-app navigation with Google Maps. Lyft in-app navigation built with Google Maps has been available on Android for a few months now and was just rolled…

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Can Drivers Charge a Passenger For Return Miles?

Have you ever accepted a ride, only to find out it was taking you way out in the middle of nowhere where you wouldn’t be able to get a request back? Well, you’re not alone, and lately, I’ve been hearing about a strategy where drivers have devised a way to charge riders for those return…

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