Uber/Lyft vs. chauffeur/limo company

Inshur

Wise28

Member
Assuming you all have TlC licenses, what are the pros + cons for driving for rideshare apps as opposed to a dispatched service. Any thoughts, info, or opinions welcomed.

I drive for Uber full time in Chicago, but am looking to move to the Washington heights area.

Also, is driving full time out there with Uber or Lyft feasible?

Thanks-
 

Kevin7889

Well-Known Member
Assuming you all have TlC licenses, what are the pros + cons for driving for rideshare apps as opposed to a dispatched service. Any thoughts, info, or opinions welcomed.

I drive for Uber full time in Chicago, but am looking to move to the Washington heights area.

Also, is driving full time out there with Uber or Lyft feasible?

Thanks-
No it's way to over saturated and the fees are too high. Do uber anywhere else but the 5 boroughs
 

unitxero

UBER Emp #2266971
Moderator
If you keep your rent below 1500 a month and become an owner operator. You'll live life and have money to spend. Don't buy a new car, buy something 15k or less preferably a hybrid. If you are a true hustler expect 40k miles a year driven.

Also don't fall in love with your car, if you park it on the streets you're going to find out quick other people don't respect your property.
 
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