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My first week..

Emoneytx

Active Member
Hello uber Houston. I started on Tuesday in Conroe and Woodlands area. Any tips you could give a newbie is appreciated. It's not bad so far. The long trips are where its been so far. I did my first morning and it sucked. Thanks everyone!
 

JohnF

Active Member
1. Do not drive around waiting for a ping.
2. Pick a nice shady place (like a hotel parking lot)
3. Be Patient
4. Look for trends (When to people leave town) etc..
 

Sorian

Member
1. Definitely park in a spot and wait, maybe move to a different area after waiting 30mins or so.
2. If you can, get your TNC permit! This will allow you to pick up in city limits.
 

NWUBERDRIVER

New Member
Park in the shade...driving is waste of fuel.
Ignore the user/ passenger app it lies about car locations...so don't get discouraged!
If your driving during club hours invest in vomit bags it will save you some disgusting moments in the future.
Get in habit of checkling pax rating before accepting trip...below a 4 beware!
 

Emoneytx

Active Member
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Thanks everyone for the advice. I really appreciate the help. Had a decent night. About 15 an hr avg plus tips. Have a great weekend everyone.
 

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