Lyft Changes Driver Rates in 5 Cities to Finally Match Uber

So, it was inevitable, Lyft did wait for a couple of months this time, but they yet again followed Uber’s lead and changed their driver’s pay rates to mirror the changes that Uber recently made. Joe over at The Rideshare Guy recorded a video about the fare changes, so take a look at his video…

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How Uber Drivers Can Protect Themselves With The Cleaning Fee

Today, I want to share a great video from Youtuber munchkym covering an important topic we don’t cover too often: The cleaning fee. Most riders will leave your car just as nice as when they came in, but when a mess is made you’ll need to know what to do. Take a look at munchkym’s…

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Understanding Uber & Lyft’s Destination Filters

In the early days of rideshare driving when you wanted to head home for the day, you would either just hope that you would get a ride that would bring you closer, or you would log out of the app altogether and just eat that mileage home. One of the most popular features added within…

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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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