Thats about what a car can do before it drops if properly maintained. That's how much a cab company would try to get out of a car to turn a profit.Did I say they would? 500k miles? You're on crack.
My point is that there's no possible way a warranty will last, expensive repairs will become the norm after a year, probably less.
At the end of the day, (except for NYC where there is a cap on vehicles)
There's no upside for a driver to rent a vehicle to do uber with.
$76 a day X 225 miles = $168,888 over 2,222 shifts, or the lifespan of the vehicle.
The reason taxi drivers do it (myself included) is that driving for a taxi company can get you better revenue than being a taxi driver on your own, also the $500 a month for taxi insurance is about what I pay in a month for taxi rentals because I only do like 7-10 shifts month.