All of the “experts/gurus” say to do both Uber and Lyft, but I say sign up for as many apps as you can. I drive for 6: Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, and 3 for kids, Zūm, HopSkipDrive and Kango. When I got into an accident and had my car in the shop for almost a month, DoorDash was my only option. I wasn’t going to rent another car when I got a rental car free from insurance, but I could drive on the other platforms. Today I came from my Uber Greenlight unable to get my vehicle inspection renewed due to the dent and scratches in my car. I have to get those fixed first. My current inspection expires this Thursday (August 23). My inspection for Lyft is also expiring soon, but I have until September 9. I still have DoorDash and the 3 kid rideshare apps. I was even signed up for Amazon at one point, but could never do any of their jobs, so I dropped them.
Driving for multiple apps
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Driver for Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, HopSkipDrive, Kango, Zūm
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