Lyft and Uber Drivers - The Unofficial Driver's Manual
In this first-of-its-kind book, Wylee makes sense out of the sometimes challenging, day-to-day realities of being a Peer-to-peer ridesharing driver. The content is presented with a direct approach, and in an easy-to-follow format.
How to Be a Lyft and Uber Driver covers everything the reader needs to know before taking their very first trip as a driver for Lyft, Uber Technologies Inc, and the other Ridesharing companies.
How to Be a Lyft and Uber Driver walks readers through the most-important, day-to-day aspects of being a rideshare driver. The author does not waste the reader’s time repeating the same information all new drivers learn from the online training content provided by Uber and Lyft. How to Be a Lyft and Uber Driver is packed with information the Ridesharing companies do not cover yet every ridesharing driver needs to know.
Armed with the information in this book a new rideshare driver will have the same knowledge as a driver with thousands of lifetime rideshare driving trips. As a result, rideshare driving will feel “routine” from the very first trip.
A Stanford University study of one million rideshare drivers suggests that an Uber driver with more than 2,500 completed trips will earn 14% more than a new driver. How to Be a Lyft and Uber Driver lets you start your rideshare driving gig with the knowledge that the experienced driver had to learn in the school of hard knocks!
Driving for Uber and Lyft - How Much Can Drivers Earn?
Driving for Uber and Lyft is well-researched and professionally-written thanks in part to the author’s 15+ years experience with Data analysis, Technical writing, and training materials development. The author makes sense out of the technical side of being a Peer-to-peer ridesharing driver.
This book delivers all the math you need to calculate Lyft Uber expenses so you can determine your actual take home pay. The contents are presented with a direct, step-by-step approach in an easy-to-follow format.
Driving for Uber and Lyft walks readers through simple processes to calculate all rideshare driving expenses for any model vehicle. Using the easy math presented in Driving for Uber and Lyft the reader will be able to calculate exactly how many cents per mile their specific ridesharing vehicle costs to drive, including predicting future maintenance costs and recovering vehicle resell value.
The end goal of Driving for Uber and Lyft is to clearly define each reader’s unique rideshare driving “Take Home Pay”. The book fully covers all related topics as well as the allowed deductions and liabilities Independent contractors must understand when they file their Tax return United States.
Uber Lyft Earnings Case Study - Two Full Years of Daily Uber and Lyft Driver Income
The Rideshare Earnings Case Study documents over two years of Wylee's earnings as a Peer-to-peer ridesharing driver for Lyft and Uber Technologies Inc.
This free report is divided into 4 major sections:
Section One: 2018 Gross income and hourly averages
<> Wylee averaged $24.04 Gross income per hour rideshare driving in Denver, Colorado
Section Two: 2018 Daily earnings (Uber tipping increases)
<> tipping Uber drivers started in mid-2017 - after this point Wylee averaged over 10% in tips on top of his regular daily earnings from passenger fares
Section Three: 2017 Weekly earnings summaries
<> Wylee's average Gross income went up dramatically
Section Four: 2017 Daily earnings details
<> Wylee has carefully tracked his daily Uber Lyft earnings in a spreadsheet since he began driving for the Ridesharing companies