Back when Uber started in Connecticut,one of my first rides was from Danbury to Central New Jersey. They had no destination feature back then. On my way back to Connecticut,I was being pinged non-stop.Couldn't get out of the state until I turned off the app. Haven't been back to Jersey since,but I don't drive very much for uber since all the price cuts. Best part time job ever,that's all it'll ever be for me.Your mileage may vary. Best of luck to the full-timers and Happy Thanksgiving.I know we can't do NY, but I thought we can do NJ and PA.
IMO one way long jobs really do not work out very well. $188 when you consider the real costs of tolls and operating a vehicle (NOT just gas, although that is what Uber wants you to think) does not work out to very much. Really less than $10 hr which is pretty poor. And driving the NJT IS labor intense, don't belittle what you do. I once had a niche courier business and from New Haven to Philly I would make about $350 before costs, and did not have to deal w/ passengers.Let me know you guys opinions. Spent about $70 on gas & tolls. Trip was from Wilton, CT at 5:18 and got home at 12pm