Harry Campbell, aka The Rideshare Guy, has been studying the rideshare industry since 2014.
Since then, he’s talked to 50,000+ drivers about their experiences, gotten candid with the CEOs of companies such as Uber, Lyft and DoorDash, wrote the book on rideshare, and has been featured in countless of the top media outlets in the world.
Whether you’re a veteran or a new driver, there is absolutely no better resource to maximize your earnings and time, or to stay up to speed on the rideshare industry.
With rideshare, you’ll be sitting in your car most of the time as you zip around town transporting people. You’ll be judged on friendliness, the appearance of your car, and the ease at which you navigate.
If you hate small talk or want more exercise while working, delivery might be a better option. You can deliver food, groceries, packages, and more. Plus, any car will do, and you can even deliver by bike or foot.
Whether you’re a weekend warrior or a full-time driver, you’ll want to treat the gig like a business. Learn how to manage cashflow and minimize expenses (including taxes!) to increase your bottom line.
Rideshare and delivery involve much more than simply getting your passenger or package from Point A to Point B. Vehicle maintenance, driving strategies, safety tips – these are all critical aspects of the job.
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The Rideshare Guy Podcast
The Rideshare Guy podcast takes an industry view of all the issues going on in the rideshare and mobility world. On the pod, you’ll hear expert interviews with everyone from drivers all the way up to the COO of Lyft.
Show Me The Money Club
Show Me The Money Club podcast is an audio version of the live show with Sergio and Chris discussing the gig economy. Sergio and Chris go over the hot topics from the news, new updates and help drivers strategize and maximize their earnings.