Posts tagged with: Uber

Uber rider pickups can be confusing for both drivers and riders. Drivers sometimes have a hard time finding the rider unless the rider is waiting at the exact location of the drop-pin. Riders may run into problems trying to communicate...
Uber and Lyft are now legal on the streets of the Tampa Bay area, Florida. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, The Hillsborough Public Transportation Commission adopted a temporary agreement allowing Uber and Lyft, the two most popular ridesharing providers, to...
Uber now allows new drivers to retroactively apply an invite code to earn sign-on bonus. If you are a new Uber driver but did not use a referral code during the initial sign-up, you can now add an invite code...
Ridesharing services, such as Uber and Lyft, are becoming more popular each and every year. But one has to wonder – What makes ridesharing different?  What are the benefits that come from this type of service? Here are a few...
To become an Uber or Lyft driver, the first thing to do is to fill out an online application form. If you have not done so, you can use the links below to get started: Apply to Drive with UBER Apply...
In speaking with fellow rideshare drivers, we often hear success stories being shared. Most of the stories are about other drivers making a great deal of money in a short time. But it seemed no one has ever shared how it was done. Whether...
Driver-less cars have been a hot topic recently as new investments and partnerships are being announced. Major automakers and tech companies, including Google, GM, Ford, Nissan, Tesla, and many more, have all entered the race to develop autonomous cars. Uber,...
A few months ago I wrote about UberPOOL in the San Francisco allowing three pickups and dropoffs. Since then, UberPOOL has been introduced to the entire bay area. In fact, it’s the default option when you open the Uber rider...
On Thursday last week, Uber has reached a settlement in two high-profile class-action lawsuits California and Massachusetts. The two lawsuits claimed that drivers in those states should be classified as Uber employees, not as independent contractors. The proposed settlement, yet to...