other than pasadena, what's a good LA partyarea OUTSIDE metals zone?

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Wanna try Lyft Premiering those customers you shamelessly pass over in your incentive rush. Thx
 

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There's no Lyft Premier going dark pink and paying 95% of $4.78-7.17 / mile and 0.80-1.20/minute in Roverside
 

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Man, you messing around or don't know yet??? That's OC on Lyft.

No premier there.

AND no indication thereof. Just sit ping less for a few hours on your premier only acct and go wonderin why
 

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Pretty much any Beach south of LAX is prime non-core high end passengers. Especially in Palos Verdes.
Yeah, like Hermosa???

Thank ever so much, what would I do without you?


BTW, pro tip: if you ever need a ratings boost tips aplenty and fine wellmannerred friendly pax, come join us here in OC work the wonderful Balboa Peninsula in the richest city in America %)))
 

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Yeah, like Hermosa???

Thank ever so much, what would I do without you?


BTW, pro tip: if you ever need a ratings boost tips aplenty and fine wellmannerred friendly pax, come join us here in OC work the wonderful Balboa Peninsula in the richest city in America %)))
My grandparents live off Miramar Dr so I am very familiar with the area. However, fares are mostly limited to Newport Pier and not necessarily the peninsula itself. The other issue with Newport is it being very 'funnel'y. You're funneled to one area and then trying to get back is almost pointless due to distance. At least with other coastal cities like Hermosa and the like, it is much more open.
 

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Uh....wait... You were being SERIOUS???

My grandparents live off Miramar Dr so I am very familiar with the area. However, fares are mostly limited to Newport Pier and not necessarily the peninsula itself. The other issue with Newport is it being very 'funnel'y. You're funneled to one area and then trying to get back is almost pointless due to distance. At least with other coastal cities like Hermosa and the like, it is much more open.
 

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My grandparents live off Miramar Dr so I am very familiar with the area. However, fares are mostly limited to Newport Pier and not necessarily the peninsula itself. The other issue with Newport is it being very 'funnel'y. You're funneled to one area and then trying to get back is almost pointless due to distance. At least with other coastal cities like Hermosa and the like, it is much more open.
I did great in Newport on Cinco de Cuatro

 
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