is me or Providence is starting to be a small market for Lyft and Uber , today Providence was like full of drivers waiting for a ride , even the Airport was like that too...
i guess Boston it is
i actually still have 2 or 3 spots where not many people know of them yet , but some times i end up dropping someone at this busy locations and to get a ride out of there is hard due to so many drivers sitting around just waiting for a requestI think all markets are oversaturated. You need to pick the best times, to drive and the best spots, you need to adjust your strategy.
well let me tell you , if a driver fails the CORI test in Mass Uber and Lyft will deactivate their account right away , there is links for that information on the Boston forum , I live in mass and I drive often to Providence because I live less than 20 minutes away from downtown and 1 hour (without traffic ) from Boston , so for me cost per mile is low if I stay in providence , do less but save more in cost and dead hours driving to work and back home , I know that people do a lot of hours per week , I do uber and Lyft and my average per week is about 30 hours and still make good money but i can tell you that a Saturday in Boston with less than 6 hours is possible to make $250 , i done it so many timesThe only problem is Mass drivers who've failed CORI's are now driving in RI and the base fare is just too low. .
you have a life besides uber? lol but yeah 40 hours working in mass is like a 900 dollars pay easy , RI rates are a joke but Connecticut rates are the best around , its like $1.75 , 0.16 for time , $1.1 per mile and $2.2 service fee for whatever that is lolI could make $1800/wk with Boston's rates in RI. It's insane how low our rates are.