Why is Dayton so slow? Been driving during daytime and been busy for a year. Now workek several hours and can't break $40.00..
I agree, about McD’s, I’ve stopped doing Ubereats all together. I started doing postmates this last summer when the students are out of school, I love it, I usually take my dogs with me (no @@@@@y passengers) and then when it dies down I go to the dog parkI've been doing UberEats in Columbus a fair amount the past month when passengers are super slow. My 1st rule: If the pickup is McD's, cancel it. They never have food ready, average mileage is about 1.5, and $0 tips. #2- Just say no to late night. Aggravation vs $$$ is a crazy ratio with both restaurants and customers. Dinner time in good suburbs with many Mom and Pop restaurants=better restaurant service AKA food is ready with no wait, better tips. It is still less $ / hour than passengers, but...I'm driving Uber etc because I need the $. So ...
I think it is because so many people caught onto it. I wouldn't think customer demand would have changed a whole lot. Dayton is just only so big a city. I don't drive during the day I just do it after work for an hour or two right when people are getting off work. Sometimes on friday nights if demand is decent. Definitely not a huge money maker though atleast in my experience. New years eve was pretty decent almost cleared $200 work 8 hours.Why is Dayton so slow? Been driving during daytime and been busy for a year. Now workek several hours and can't break $40.00..