Juno is Now Accepting Pre-registration for New Drivers

Juno, a rideshare app competing with Uber and Lyft, is now accepting preregistration for new drivers. I didn’t see a big announcement, but recently I noticed a few links floating around. It looks likes they’re now accepting preregistration in all cities across the United States. Check out my video, read the transcript below, and preregister…

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Continuing your education as a driver is key!

One thing I really like to promote is education.  Educating yourself is key to staying profitable as a driver. We can’t exactly rely on Uber, Lyft, and the other companies to teach us things that will benefit us, so we have to rely on each other. That’s what I aim to do on Maximum Ridesharing Profits and The Rideshare…

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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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Why Can’t Uber Drivers See The Passenger’s Destination Before Accepting A Trip?

We all know that Uber drivers can’t see the passenger’s destination before they accept a trip, but do you know why? I get a lot of questions about this from new drivers who are just getting started. They see a request come in and they don’t know where the request is going, and it can…

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