Your vehicle is your livelihood. It’s an asset. Keep it running smoothly, maintain it, and know your options as far as getting a new one, renting or leasing.
When you start doing rideshare or delivery, you’ll want to make sure you have a reliable, durable, and attractive vehicle. If you’re struggling to figure out the “ride” part of rideshare, it might be time to check out these rental options for Uber and Lyft Drivers.
The last thing an you need as an Uber Driver is to have your car break down; it’s how you pay the bills. The next worst thing is to not have a backup plan when that does happen. Without your car, you aren’t earning and that’s not a good time to have to shell out $200 for roadside assistance.
According to NHTSA, nearly 10,000 accidents between 2005-2007 were related to the braking system. If you are one of these drivers that notices your brakes are failing, you want to be prepared and know how to handle the situation. When brake failure happens, follow these tips to stay safe.
As an Uber or Lyft driver, you spend a lot of time in your car. Eventually, the miles you have driven will start to add up and you may begin to experience mechanical issues more often than before. The best way to prevent larger issues is to keep up on your maintenance schedule.
Wrench’s goal is to remove the hassle of auto repair. They have mobile mechanics who come to you, which gives you the opportunity to drop the shop. Allowing you to avoid working around a shop’s schedule, boring waiting rooms with old magazines, poor customer service, and confusing estimates.
HyreCar is a car rental marketplace. Drivers can rent a vehicle directly from the owner. Owners can list their vehicle for rent to earn extra money. HyreCar facilitates that process by providing a marketplace, insurance and assisting in the vetting process and background checks so you can feel safe on either side of the transaction.