Saturday and Sunday mornings. Surprisingly, these are really great times to work. Why? Two reasons.
- You’ve got the walk of shame going. You got people who spend the night somewhere else and they don’t have their car and they need a ride back. So you’ve got a lot of people doing that.
- You’ve got people who, the night before, they…a lot of the drivers, they were out busy driving and they are burned out. They went to bed at 4:00 a.m., they’re not going to wake up or they’re not going to pull an all-nighter.
And so, I actually have friends who drive. They skip bar close and they actually drive from like 3:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. And so Saturday and Sunday mornings, a lot of drivers are sleeping because they made all their money on Saturday and Friday night.
And so you have a great window of opportunity where there’s a lot fewer drivers, less demand, but fewer drivers. And so it’s very, very profitable and there are lots of surges, and it’s right there for you to take.
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