Shouldn't drive for either. Current per mile rate and the penny/flat surge blows chunks. Good old days are long gone. Per mile over a dollar and a multiplier for surge. Driving rideshare for a full time job puts you on skid roll.
They're not likely to. There are too many people who don't understand how expensive it is to own/operate vehicles, and they put thousand of miles on newer cars without realizing how much it's costing them until it's too late.Thanks for your response. I hope the old rates and surge eventually come back.
We have control of [Accept] or not and [Cancel] or not. They have control of everything else. You win when you hit CANCEL or DELETE....
The only thing you can control is the cost side. Drive an economical vehicle and do as many of the repairs as possible yourself or with an inexpensive mechanic.
But you don't want to go too economical though...I drive an Elantra and I'm starting to have suspension/bearings concerns. Yes the car technically can transport 4 adults but it's not good for it.
i noticed most rides are at least 8 minutes plus away but they always seem to lead me to a bonus area and i stay there until the bonus is maxed out and locked where i am guaranteed the dollar amount of bonus...so it kind of makes up for it.. and i use my filters a lotI agree. My acceptance rate has been very low this week with Lyft. They keep sending rides that are 10 minutes away or further.