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Money is a finite resource for the vast majority of us and being able to save a few dollars here and there can make a big difference at the end of the month. Here are our top five tips to cut costs on your rideshare rides so you can have more money to spend on the things you like!
Uber and Lyft have revolutionized the way the world travels. Now you can grab a ride from just about anywhere with a only few taps on your phone. Yet, there are some best practices as a rider to ensure you’re properly utilizing this service. Here are 8 things that every rideshare driver wants you to know.
This might be the top thing that frustrates drivers. Once you book your ride, DON’T move. You may think you’re helping by walking towards the driver’s location on the app ...read more
Service animals are life savers, literally. So many people rely on their service animal to make it through their days. These hard working animals are legally allowed to go almost everywhere their human goes because of the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA. Right now, there are about 500,000 service dogs working in the United States; and that number doesn’t even include all the other types of service animals. Uber and Lyft have become immensely popular over the last few years, but how do you navigate these platforms with a service animal?
It’s important to know what ...read more
Uber Eats: The gig-economy take-out delivery service. Not only are people everywhere using the service to score quick food, many drivers have already made Uber Eats their go-to side hustle. Whether it’s after work or on the weekends, drivers as young as 18 can supplement their day jobs simply by delivering take out around their city. Plus, drivers are able to earn tips, which puts even more money in Uber Eats drivers pockets. Want to become an Uber Eats driver? The signup process to be an Uber Eats driver is fairly simple and you just need to follow these ...read more
When you sign-up with Uber or Lyft, you’re prompted to put in your name, your phone number, your device data, your location information, your credit card information, and more. You’re asked to verify who you are and where you are, and people have started to question…is that safe? Is it okay to have all of my data stored on this type of ridesharing app? After all, the security of apps can be breached.
The information and privacy policies for both Lyft and Uber are extensive and can be ...read more