• UberPeople.NET - Independent community of rideshare drivers. It's FREE to be a person and enjoy all the benefits of membership. JOIN US! CLICK HERE

30 Days of stats.....

KC7NEC

New Member
Good Morning Utah Ants!

So I have been tracking stats using a custom database tool over the past 30 days. Below are some screenshots and details of some of what I have been able to learn. As a major caveat, these are based on my driving and may not reflect everyone or anyone else in the market.

308204


This is my main stats dashboard. It is updated in real-time while I am working. You will notice that I don't even work 8 hours a day on average. This does not include days I take off completely. Some days I work 4 hours, some 10.

308205


This is looking at my average for each day over the 30 day period. It is the hourly average so even though I work less on certain days the calulations are based on the time on those days.

308206


More in-depth view using information from the Uber statements. For my setup afternoon is 11-3, Evening 3-7, Night 7-12, Late 12am-6am, Morning 6-11. This is the per trip and not hourly. You can easily see that I don't drive the drunks home.

I have much more data that I have an analysis of including my pay-per-mile after expenses and such but have not added them to a graphical view. Just thought I would share some interesting stuff that I have worked on.
 

losiglow

Well-Known Member
Looks good. That's about what I used to be at, when I drove during different times of the day. I'm largely just a weekend part-timer now.

The discouraging numbers come after subtracting expenses. I kept track of everything back then - fuel, maintenance, repairs, tires, snacks, car washes, even depreciation on my car. Then it turns out you're making closer to the average retail worker.

Not meaning to be a Debbie Downer though. Still better to drive than work retail because I needed the flexibility. But like I tell most PAX that express interest in driving - you have to make sure you're aware of exactly how much you're making.
 

KC7NEC

New Member
  • Thread Starter Thread Starter
  • #3
Looks good. That's about what I used to be at, when I drove during different times of the day. I'm largely just a weekend part-timer now.

The discouraging numbers come after subtracting expenses. I kept track of everything back then - fuel, maintenance, repairs, tires, snacks, car washes, even depreciation on my car. Then it turns out you're making closer to the average retail worker.

Not meaning to be a Debbie Downer though. Still better to drive than work retail because I needed the flexibility. But like I tell most PAX that express interest in driving - you have to make sure you're aware of exactly how much you're making.
I do have my expenses tracked and yes it comes down to about 16.80hr after that. Just like you though the freedom amd flexibility are a benefit for me currently.
 

losiglow

Well-Known Member
Not bad. I was closer to $14 an hour or so. Most of my driving at the time was during the day however. And I drive a vehicle that gets around 25 MPG with premium so my fuel costs were higher.
 

DriverMark

Well-Known Member
Thanks for sharing. I did pizza delivery for a long time in the side, and stopped tracking the fine details as it can drive me crazy thinking about it. But going to track for a month or 2, or maybe a quarter, see what's up. And want to see if doing certain things actually makes a difference in per hour or not.

Yea, about $20/hr base seems on par.
 
Top