Uber and Lyft advertise that you can drive whenever you want.
This is true. But should you?
Unless you are in a situation where you need to urgently make a lot of money, you shouldn’t work whenever and drive wherever.
If you want to maximize your time and money, you want to strategically drive at the best times and the best places.
Many drivers get lured into ridesharing and find themselves sitting on their butts for much of the shift, waiting for some ping. They end up wasting time, money, and grow frustrated with their decision to drive.
That used to be me; until I learned where and when to drive.
And in this training course, I’ll reveal everything I know so you can outwork and outperform your fellow drivers.
What Will I Learn?
- You must either be a current driver or an aspiring driver.
- You must have a qualified car or are planning on getting one.
- You must be eager and open to learn!
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone who wants to take their ridesharing skills to the next level
- Anyone who wants to diversify their income
- Anyone who wants to be a top 1% earning driver
- Anyone who is not satisfied with their earnings with rideshare
Okay, you were told that you can drive wherever, whenever, and make money. That’s true, okay? That is one of the beautiful things about rideshare, is you can literally…I could literally turn on my app right now and get a ping and just leave this video right now and make money.
But should I? No, because I’m paying this guy to video me. But I shouldn’t because there’s not always optimal times to drive, okay.
So think about it this way. Now just to be clear, this course, this video, there’s an entire course just on this video unpacking lots of different things.
So I’m gonna give you a quick primer. So if it’s little short and if it’s a little simplistic, take the other course. Shameless plug. So you want to drive when people need rides.
I mean that’s probably the most simple thing possible to say but a lot of drivers don’t think about that. Where are people at and when do they need rides? That’s it.
I mean if you think carefully at that one little nugget, you could unlock the Pandora’s box of where [and] when to get pickups. Because the reality is there are times when people are not needing rides.
And so drivers are sitting on their butts waiting around, getting exasperated, getting frustrated, and quitting rideshare because they’re sitting around for hours not getting rides or not getting a lot of rides because they’re not driving at the right times.
It’s so important for you to know the patterns of your city. So, often, in the morning people are going from the suburbs to the cities to work. And later on in the afternoons, people are leaving the cities to go to the suburbs.
During events, people are coming from the suburbs to the cities. You see, there are rhythms of your city you need to monitor and watch and you can learn that. You’re smart, you can read, you can look at these things, and the patterns are there.
Another pattern, follow the alcohol. People don’t like DUIs. DUIs are devastating and so a lot of people they will take rideshare because they don’t want to get in trouble. And so, where’s the alcohol at?
Where are people going to be who is going to drink and who are going to need rides? Where can you be? Where can you position yourself?
So, where and when to drive is super important. You can drive whenever but you shouldn’t, okay. So think very, very hard about what are the patterns of your city, where are people at, and when do they need a ride.
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