Hey guys, So while watching a video from UberMan he mentioned something interesting, he says "Don't subsidize the instant cash from Uber with your car's value..." I did figure the maintenance thing that works for me, I just put away extra money for taxes and maintenance, but as we all know, depreciation is harder to figure out, so here is what I did and I want to see if it makes sense to you guys. I have a 2009 Toyota Rav4 Limited I went to KBB and found my car with all the same options and condition and entered my current 78000 miles, (that's a Trade In estimate): 78000 - I got a price range of $9228-10683, then I added 1000 miles and got it updates... 79000 - $9190-10645, I kept adding 1000 miles every time... 80000 - $9152-10607 81000 - $9114-10569 and so on, I did that for about 15,ooo miles and I see that on average every 1000 miles my car's low and high value decreases by around $38. I did the same thing with Private Buyer estimate and the price range starts from $11979 and it decreases the same $38 for every 1000 miles I add. With that said, is it a reasonable assumption that in my case, I lose $38 in my car's value every 1000 miles I drive (not including maintenance costs)? That of course just an additional expense in an endless pile of things that we have to keep in mind when trying to decide if driving for Uber or Lyft is worth it.