Pro Tip #6 – Pit stops

As a driver you have to know where you can stop and take a break, get some coffee, relax, and use the facilities. It’s critical knowing which coffee shops and grocery stores hours are in…



Pro Tip #4 – Stay within your ‘work area’

Notice: read the mathematics of Uber and Lyft first. Maximize profits by only driving trips that make financial sense. Drivers are not working for a $6B charity, if Uber or Lyft is going to make money then…


How to increase your tip rate by 10%

Uber tells it’s riders that they do not have to tip. Lyft gives riders the option to tip. A bit of social engineering applied to riders can increase your tip rate significantly. Uber recently settled…


Pro Tip #3 – New vs old vehicle

Don’t use your new vehicle as an Uber or Lyft. The minimum requirement for Uber at time of writing is 2000 (2005 in some cities) and can be found here. You won’t be making any…


Pro Tip #2 – The smell of clean

Cleaning supplies Febreze, windex, dash wipes, paper towels, and a shower towel, are all required supplies to keep in your car at all time. Customers will make a mess and will not treat your car…


Pro Tip #1 – Puke

Buy a bunch of puke / vomit bags. Rated number one because there is obviously nothing more disgusting that puking, and that is especially true when it’s in your car.  Puke smell can often become…


Mathematics of Uber and Lyft

I love this picture, the irony, the truthfulness. According to Uber, you too can make $90k per year just driving strangers around. A truly amazing fact, that isn’t a fact. If you wish upon an…


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We did it!

Hey gang! After all lot of talking, and more talking, and even more talking. We got our site up and running; lets work together and get this thing running.  We all have a vested interest…