Thanks to the internet, I am blessed to have friends in places all around the world. I myself have never driven for UberEats, but I know many folks that are employed with the UberEats program that have made quite a bit of extra money driving and delivering food to people’s doors in their neighborhood. * This post may contain affiliate […]
Becoming a driver for any rideshare service is very simple, but maintaining a picturesque image as a pro driver can be a challenging task for both newbies and veterans. If you have plans to drive for Uber, Lyft, or any other similar rideshare companies, your number one priority is to maintain the high expectations of your customers to continually receive […]
One of the biggest things you can do to hurt your chances of being a successful rideshare driver is having a dirty car. If you are someone that: Hoards food wrappers in the pocket of their doors Isn’t worried about stained seats Drives around a vehicle that smells like something died Never treats their car to a trip to the […]
If you have your own vehicle, proper insurance, and a squeaky driving record, there are multiple rideshare applications that you can use to earn more than just a pretty penny. Sadly, you are not the only one thinking about journeying into the rideshare driver venture. Uber alone operates in over 400 cities nationwide, meaning there is fierce competition. That’s why […]
Thanks to the creation of the rideshare biz, there are many companies that have helped everyday folks get to point A to point B safely and efficiently. The “big” names in rideshare, such as Uber and Lyft, have been around for less than ten years, which leaves a lot of room for rideshare consumers to make crucial etiquette mistakes. When […]
* This post may contain affiliate links. Whether you’re thinking about driving for Lyft or Uber part-time or full-time, it can be a great source of income. I currently have a job working at a school, but I use Lyft as a way to cover expenses like my acting school, my car payments, and food. It’s a way for me […]
Most rideshare drivers started this fun, part-time gig for one main reason; to make a few extra bucks to further pad their bank account. And perhaps to also meet new people, be more social, etc. As soon as you sign-up to drive for Lyft, Uber, Ubereats, Postmates, or any other rideshare-type gigs, you become an independent contractor, which means you are […]
If you are a new Uber or Lyft driver, we’ve got some tips for you to help you optimize your time on the road so that you can make the most money in the least amount of time! * This post may contain affiliate links.
The desire to make more money is as prominent as the need to eat and drink water. There are many ways that you can make a bit of extra cash as a rideshare driver, but these two techniques blow many of those others out of the water! * This post may contain affiliate links.
When driving for Uber or Lyft, you’re literally in your car for your entire shift, so it’s smart to make your car the most comfortable place. In order to set yourself up for success, it’s key to have a few essential items in your vehicle for when you drive. Below is a list of the top ten items that I […]
UberEats has expanded their delivery methods and it can certainly benefit you! If you have ever thought of delivering for UberEats, but your vehicle did not meet their requirements in the past, you may want to reconsider becoming your neighborhood’s favorite delivery person.
When I lost my full-time office job back in 2016, I was frantically scrounging around searching for something to replace my income. Living in a small western Kansas town, the task was rather daunting. It wasn’t until I was scrolling through a site called The Penny Hoarder that I learned about this cool side-gig known as ridesharing. Hesitant at first, […]