There are countless ways to increase your earnings beyond just what Uber, Lyft, etc. pay you for rides. Here are some resources to make it happen.
When you’ve been driving for hours at a time, it’s common to experience muscle tension or even pain throughout your body. Taking a short break every once and a while to stretch quickly can help you feel much more comfortable behind the wheel.
According to research published by the CDC and the Mayo Clinic, long hours behind the wheel can be related to several health problems including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, back pain and increased stress. Sitting for hours at a time, frequent snacking and fast food consumption bear much of the blame, but with good habits, however, you can combat these pitfalls and stay in shape while doing Uber or Lyft.
Whether you’re self-employed or work for a business, you’re only as good as the tools in your toolbox. Just like a carpenter needs a good hammer, a rideshare driver needs a good wireless network. You can buy the best phone on the market, but it will only be as good as its network. So how do you choose when there are so many options? You’ll want to narrow down the field by prioritizing one or more of the following…
If you’ve been doing Cargo, you probably got an email from the CEO last week telling you that Cargo is “pausing” their in-car store program. If you have a Cargo Box, you will not be paid for sales after January 10th, 2020, but those sales will go towards a contest in which the winners can which a 55″ TV or Apple Airpods.
Having a traffic citation on your record can mean being rejected when applying for Uber or Lyft, or being deactivated if you have, in some cases, just one moving violation. A new app called ‘Off The Record’ says that they can get your ticket dismissed or it’s free.