Dallas just got knocked down to $0.80/mile & $0.15/minute.
Please update if your city was also adjusted.
Please update if your city was also adjusted.
The IRS deduction is about 55 cents per mile, so we're well above that. Orlando, however, is very close to the standard deduction. I think they're tied with Detroit for lowest in the US.that would put you guys below the IRS mileage write off
so you would not even be able to write off anything
It's a PAYCUT from Dara and the rest of the lying scumbags at fuber.This is what was sent sent to Dallas Drivers
You fell right into fuber's trap of quoting GROSS RATES as your "pay rate"
That would be poor strategy, because even with the "increase" to 12 cents per minute, the driver would be extending their rides at $7.20 per hour, which is less than minimum wage.I can now see many Dallas drivers driving well below the posted speed limits, purposely getting stopped at red lights and not using freeways.
You don't have to ask yourself that question, you already know the answer is that it's a PAYCUT.I'm sorry, I just have a teeny bit of difficulty accepting their estimates.
I keep asking myself this one nagging little question: WHY would Uber do this...if not to reduce driver pay?
Just completed a VIP trip at .60 cents per mile. Uber support had no anaswer. Normally is has been .69.
I was wondering how long it would take someone to respond to my post. It's pennies one way or the other.That would be poor strategy, because even with the "increase" to 12 cents per minute, the driver would be extending their rides at $7.20 per hour, which is less than minimum wage.
My point is that unless business is very slow, drivers that deliberately stall will be grossing less than minimum wage for the extra time.I was wondering how long it would take someone to respond to my post. It's pennies one way or the other.
I don't give a fornicate even if the cut is a fraction of a cent, which it isn't, rates are already GARBAGE without this cut.The sampling of trips I did are a consistent paycut however the cut is minimal or not as bad as most people are posting. I think on average they will balance out.
It hilarious how drivers let alone seasoned drivers acting like this is some huge paycut. I expect this from newbies but a seasoned driver making multiple posts is asinine especially at the end of th day it’s gonna be a wash.
The biggest difference I saw was in the amount of $3 on a $92 ride. Under the new rates, I would have earned $89. My strategy for any event is turn and burn but under these new rates I will not have an issue with sitting in a little traffic. I may even start the trip after I contact the Rider during events as this usually equates to 10-15 minutes (wait time does not apply as the pin may be somewhere else that is not accessible).
Once the new surge comes into the play, that is the humdinger and the true paycut.
Damn dude have you ran the numbers. You got your panties in wad.My point is that unless business is very slow, drivers that deliberately stall will be grossing less than minimum wage for the extra time.
I don't give a fornicate even if the cut is a fraction of a cent, which it isn't, rates are already GARBAGE without this cut.
You want to sit in traffic for less than minimum wage, be my guest.
Mr. Fuber Fanboy, I don't have to run any numbers.Damn dude have you ran the numbers. You got your panties in wad.
1. Did you run the numbers on any of your trips or do you read something a make assumptions?
2. If you don’t like the low rates why are you still driving?
3. Back to math, you seem to be fixated on minimum wage and are only looking at the per minute rates and fail to realize sitting in traffic for an hour going 20 miles is going to pay about the same or slightly more.
I don’t like these low rates and when change happens but watching grown men whine like little girls is quite hilarious. The bottom line is that we don’t have control over the rates.
This definitely does not affect me as I don’t depend on Uber income and rarely drive X, but when I do, I am pretty sure the amount I am paid will be similar to what I was paid before so called “rate cut”.
I can careless that drivers complain. Like I said it’s quite hilarious watching grown men whine like little girls and watching them respond like a bratty millennial.Mr. Fuber Fanboy, I don't have to run any numbers.
When fuber makes changes to the pay structure, the bottom line is an overall PAYCUT, period.
Not a cut in every situation, but when all is said and done, it's a cut.
Common sense as well as fuber's history shows that whenever they monkey around with the pay, they get MORE and the drivers get LESS.
They wouldn't go thru all this altering rates crap if they weren't gonna come out ahead.
Why do you give a shit if drivers complain?