If you’re measuring in cents then you actually aren’t making money. You are killing your cars value faster than natural in exchange for pennies.Hey everyone, Im fairly new to the Uber game, only about two weeks in now, and have noticed most people saying theyre making around 60c a mile. My market in Panama City, FL shows me as making 91c a mile, but Im questioning that now since nearly everyone on here is making it seem like 60c is the norm. Is there something Im not figuring in to my rate? Something I should be deducting from that 91c to get the real amount?
That's not true. Both uber and Lyft provide registered drivers rate cards. I'm not a driver just collating data.You can get driver rate cards at the lyft/uber sites. There is no such thing as a pac rate card no. They just give them a price and if they say yes that's how much it is...
You can find your local rates by going to partners.uber.com, clicking on the hamburger in the top left corner, then clicking on "Fares".
Both uber and Lyft provide registered drivers rate cards. I'm not a driver just collating data please post your rates and thanks.
Very true. The gig economy is the new feudalism.If you’re measuring in cents then you actually aren’t making money. You are killing your cars value faster than natural in exchange for pennies.
Reset your trip meter when you leave home.
Then note your miles when you get home.
Safe bet that your miles will be higher than dollars.
Multiply your miles by .58 (irs deduction) subtract that from your dollar amount.
That’s how much you really made. Safe bet it’s a pathetic amount.
Please post the rate you see once logged in here and thanksthere are also seasonal rates in my market,,,during the summer uber x pays $1.23 per mile and 45 cents per minute,,,sadly its only from memorial day to labor day