Bingo. Amazon does not care about individual drivers one iota. We are just another number
I wonder if deactivation is warehouse specific. I have gotten a lot in a short period of time with no issues.
Love the individual loading dock. Some like to shoot the breeze with warehouse workers. I can't do that. Time is money
Great tips on how to load in the stickied thread (sips tea)
It's becoming a little less driver friendly every month. I still don't mind the gig but I definitely miss the good old days of all 4 hour blocks...
Not true Amazon provides commercial insurance similar to Ubers James River insurance with a high deductible.
If you are still doing this in 2 years I feel bad for you. The gig gets less and less driver friendly as it grows.
I hope to drop it like I've...
Remember the warehouse folks are judged on attempts. Not actual deliveries. If you waste gas trying to find a place and bring it back they don't care.
Packages don't tell you how to drive, throw up in your car, demand an aux cord, try to pack six people in your car.
Both have their pros and cons.
Actually it's the opposite. I was a logistics driver in Seattle and was offered to switch to prime.
I hope you fixed your phone's charging port. You can't make money driving without it.
I don't believe uber is still deactivating people for cancellations. Mine has been around 40 percent and nothing happened
Not all warehouses are the same. At Kent in Seattle you are assigned to a dock based on the size of your car.
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