Thanks marcusguber that was very helpful. Uber market in Orlando is one of the worst.the rates r really low and a lot of dead miles.I'm eying NYC and San Francisco. One of them hopefully. Just driving wise I believe new York could b a bit challenging at the beginning.thanks again.
Are you looking to move somewhere with the main reason to move being uber? If that's the case you will run out of places to move since uber is on a race to the bottom with rates....and $1.75/mile is not really $1.75/mile
As Ringo Starr said: It don't come easy.At last count there's about 150k TLC licensee's and most have kicked goober
in the @ss to move on to other things and there's a 100+ cabs on every block,
even though the TLC exam could be passed by a 4th grade dropout it's still
somehow very hard for a lot of people, reasons unknown the whole process
takes about 3 months, factoring in the cost of living the $$$ hyped by Goober
is about the same as working 2 min wage jobs off the books
Here's a list of cuts out of what you earn: Goober's fee 25% to 28%
Black car fund 2.25%
Sales Tax 8.15%
City Tax ?
State Tax ?
Federal Tax ?
NYPD's cut ? alternative for not paying is suspension/revocation/jail
TLC's cut ? suspension/revocation/double to triple fines aka shut up
and pay or plead your case and pay more
So right out of the gate take out 35.4% at the very least then the rest of the expenses
you will find out tax filing time or when you know what the game is all about here
in NY after 12 months, there's a guy on FB who's actually a Goober recruiter/launcher
posing as a Goober driver he's always posting how much he earns and all the Nubers
lap it up and think it's true