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Uber drivers are always on the go, literally. Their job is to drive around and help people get to their destinations quickly and safely. With any job, questions always come up. Unfortunately for Uber drivers, Uber can be very difficult to get ahold of when you have a question or issue.
Uber does have in app support and a dedicated hotline just for drivers but these two routes don’t always do the trick. Sometimes the best way to get help is in person, which is why Uber also offers Greenlight Hubs. The hubs offer in person support to drivers ...read more
Uber is always on the cutting edge. They are revolutionary and continue to be so by offering the latest and greatest thing. UberEats changed the game in food delivery. UberPool helped to make it cheaper to get around. UberBLACK for the fanciest and "shmansiest" of cars. What could Uber possibly come up with next? Uber Copter. You read that correctly. Uber will now be offering a helicopter service in New York City starting on July 9th.
Helicopters could be the next greatest thing offered by Uber. For between $200 and $225 per person, you can take the eight minute flight ...read more
Did you know that Lyft has gift cards available for purchase? You can purchase them directly through the Lyft website, and you can use a debit card, credit card, or PayPal account to make things easy! To purchase the gift card, you will need to have a Lyft account and gift cards purchased through the Lyft website are solely digital. You can purchase gift cards on Lyft.com in amounts up to $250. If you want to give a physical gift card, you can find those through Amazon however, they can be purchased in amounts up to $50. You can ...read more
Becoming a rideshare driver can be a lucrative side gig. Before you can hop in the car and start driving for Uber or Lyft, there are a few things you have to do. Yearly vehicle inspections are quite common throughout the United States, but did you know Uber and Lyft require vehicle inspections as well?
Vehicle inspections are mandated by states or local authorities to ensure the safety of cars, people, and limit pollution. Uber and Lyft have vehicle inspections for the same reasons. The inspection must be completed before being able to drive but will also be required annually ...read more
Want to take your dog along for your Uber ride? You may be in luck depending on your driver. Uber, let's the decision on whether or not a driver allows animals in their car rest with the driver. As Uber drivers are independent contractors driving their own cars, they are allowed to decline a rider who is traveling with a pet such as a cat or a dog. The best practice for getting ordering an Uber when you are with your dog is to immediately call the driver after you have requested your ride and explain that you have ...read more