It’s been another busy week in the world of ridesharing. Whether you’re a driver looking for ways to up your Uber ratings or a rider interested in learning more about uberPOOL, we have all the details in this week’s roundup.
From apps to pointers on how to increase driver tips, this week we’ve focused on helping Uber drivers yield the best results possible. Catch up on all of the latest content from our community:
1. Uber Ride Advice for New Partner Drivers to Get High Ratings
Need Uber ride advice? We have compiled several pieces of advice to help drivers snatch five-star ratings and make good impressions on riders. Here are some simple ways to be an extraordinary Uber partner driver… Read more
2. Mystro Rideshare App is What Partners Driving for Uber & Lyft Need
The Mystro Rideshare app is here to give drivers the best of both worlds! In order to maximize profit from driving for ridesharing apps, drivers work for both Uber and Lyft. While it sounds simple to pick up passengers from both applications, it can be a pretty taxing task. Good thing another app came along to help out… Read more
This list of uberPOOL FAQ will surely help put any rider’s mind at ease before sharing a ride. Everyone has been trying out this option of traveling around the city with someone they barely know at a more affordable rate. Once again, the future of transportation has evolved and before making a decision to hop into that car, here are some of the most important things every passenger should know… Read more
4. 5 Ways Uber Drivers Can Earn More Money
In the cutthroat world of ridesharing, potential drivers may think that earning at least minimum wage is impossible. With rising expenses, falling ride fares, and other factors out of driver’s control, we see their point.
However, we did a bit of research into this and were pleasantly surprised to learn that earning above $50,000 a year with Uber is not only attainable but also sustainable. Don’t believe me? Just recall the story of the Uber driver who made $90,000 in 6 months… Read more
What have you done to learn more about ridesharing apps this week? Let us know in the comments below.