What It’s Like to Rent a Car Through The Fair Rental Program For Uber Drivers

What is it like to get a vehicle through the Uber/Fair rental program? I’m going to share with you the six steps I went through to get a car through Fair, which is offered in partnership with Uber. And stick around because at the end of the video, I’m going to share with you my…

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This Week: $30 Per Hour For Drivers in This California City

This week in rideshare news – California recently voted to increase Uber and Lyft driver wages, specifically to $30 an hour and a passenger reported that a rideshare driver was carrying a firearm causing the driver to lose his job. Hey, what’s up guys? It’s Cecily and it’s this weekend ride share news. I’m going…

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Is Lyft Trying To Disrupt The Market With New Low Rates?

Competition between Uber and Lyft is as fierce as ever, with both companies having to show their stockholders and the market that they might turn a profit some day. Lyft recently announced major rate cuts in some markets, and Youtuber Torsten at Rideshare Professor posted a good discussion of new 42 cent rates in Las…

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Uber Instant Pay Blocked Because a Rider Had Insufficient Funds?!

Uber offers a cool feature for drivers called Instant Pay. With Instant Pay, you can cash out your earnings instantly up to five times a day. But have you ever run into an issue where your previous passengers have yet to pay for the rides and your Instant Pay request has been denied? This seems…

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This Week: Uber Lost $5 Billion Last Quarter, Hiring Freeze On Engineers

This week in rideshare news, Uber lost 5 billion dollars last quarter which lead them to initiate a freeze on hiring engineers. Uber also transformed 24,000 volvo cars into self-driving vehicles.   Uber initiates a hiring freeze live top the second quarter expectation and Uber Orders 24,000 Volvos to convert to driverless cars. It’s this…

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