Most people new to rideshare want to know what is the difference between UberX and UberXL. Aside from the different vehicle requirements, there are also some distinct differences in the amount of fees which are charged for the two platforms.
What’s happening Rideshare Road Warriors! Let’s talk Uber Driver Tips and Tricks! In the video below, I was actually out walking around the rideshare lot because I wanted to rest a bit more than usual.
I got a late start but thanks to the rideshare business, I was able to switch strategies.
Hey Rideshare Road Warriors,
It’s been a while since I posted on this blog and for good reason!
Okay so here’s the deal…
I’m doing a 90-Day Video Blitz for my blog and Youtube channel called Uber Driver Tips And Tricks. I cannot help who I am and I am a marketer to the core. I love the game and since I drive for both Uber and Lyft, I’ve learned how to generate multiple streams of income in the rideshare game.
I will give you some Uber Driver Tips And Tricks over the next 90 days. They will mostly be in video format but I will also post the video on this blog with a bit of commentary.
In this post, we’re going to talk about “chasing the surge”, or chasing Uber surge rates. If you’re an Uber driver or thinking about becoming a Uber driver, you really need to know what Uber surge rates are. If your new or considering becoming an Uber driver, I’ll explain what this is and why it’s important.