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College Station/Bryan Texas

BCS DRIVER

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College Station, home of the flagship Texas A@M University campus. Bryan is a sister city and hard to tell when you leave one and enter the other. Combined population around 200K, 60K+ at A@M and another 10K+ at Blinn Junior College. I'll spread the word.
 

BCS DRIVER

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Rates are $.9075 mile and $.1125 minute with $.18 minute wait time. Still have the X factor surges and have experienced up to 8X. I drive part time, maybe 15-20 hours a week. Typically late night Thursdays thru Saturday 9 PM to 3 AM. Really slow between school semesters so I drive very little then. Other wise average $22-$25/hour and occasionally $30+. Log off and go home if I'm not averaging $10-$11/hour.
 

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Rates are $.9075 mile and $.1125 minute with $.18 minute wait time. Still have the X factor surges and have experienced up to 8X. I drive part time, maybe 15-20 hours a week. Typically late night Thursdays thru Saturday 9 PM to 3 AM. Really slow between school semesters so I drive very little then. Other wise average $22-$25/hour and occasionally $30+. Log off and go home if I'm not averaging $10-$11/hour.
so you stay busy enough for full time im thinking of moving down there
 

BCS DRIVER

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so you stay busy enough for full time im thinking of moving down there
Really depends on what you're looking to make doing it full time. I will say that during A&M semester breaks it's really slow and I rarely bother with driving. Summers are somewhat slow due to the reduction in college students. I tend to drive peak times which means Thursday thru Saturday late nite 9 PM to around 3 AM. Don't really think it's viable full time as the only means of income.
 
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