Contents:

3 min read

    3 min read

    One of the things that’s really important to me with this site is giving good help.  I get a lot of questions from readers on a daily basis and my goal is to be able to answer them as quickly as possible AND with as much detail as possible.  We all know what it’s like to send a help e-mail to Uber and get some crappy canned response or to send an e-mail to Lyft and never hear back 🙂

    That won’t happen when you e-mail me and anyone who’s ever e-mailed me will be able to tell you that not only will I respond as soon as possible, but I’ll also do my best to give you really good information.  And since I get so many questions from newbie drivers, I decided to create this guide that will answer any question you may have about driving for Lyft.

    Announcing: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Started with Lyft

    Announcing: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Started with Lyft

    I know when I was first getting started as a driver, there was not a lot of information out there and what I could find was very lacking in detail and accuracy.  This comprehensive guide will walk you through everything from getting your sign-up bonus to your first week out on the road.  And there’s really probably no better time than right now to sign up with Lyft since they’re currently offering bonuses up to $750 depending on your city!

    We tried to source all of the most common questions, concerns and information that you need to know.  This guide is obviously great for brand new rideshare drivers but if you’re thinking about driving for Lyft at all, then this guide is exactly what you need.  And if you’re wondering about our Uber guide, it’s on the way!

    Creating The Guide

    I worked extensively on this guide with our resident Lyft driver, Christian Perea, who has several thousand hours behind the wheel of a vehicle in driver mode, with tons of experience driving in multiple markets. The information used is gleamed from the deepest parts of Lyft’s website and peppered in with special knowledge from experienced Lyft Mentors, Recruiters, HQ personnel and more.

    All of the information was meticulously selected and researched in order to answer whichever stage of the process you are in while applying to drive. It also cuts out the noise of Lyft’s marketing department in order to give you actionable information and to give you the real scoop.

    Where To Download The Guide

    If you’re already an e-mail subscriber, great!  Please click here to download the guide.

    If you’re not an e-mail subscriber, go ahead and click here to opt in to our e-mail list and once you confirm your subscription, we’ll e-mail you a free PDF copy of the guide!

    What’s In This Guide?

    The Guide will cover everything from collecting a sign-on bonus to passing your Mentor Session and Welcome Ride. It will even give you tips for earning the most money for your first few days of driving. And it ends with providing strategies to make far more than an average driver.

    You may also view the guide in pieces directly from TheRideShareGuy.com

    Getting Started With Lyft I: Lyft Sign Up Bonus

    Getting Started With Lyft II: Lyft Vehicle And Driver Requirements

    Getting Started With Lyft III: Passing Your Mentor Session and Lyft Welcome Ride

    Getting Started With Lyft IV: Lyft Background Check and Preparing for Your First Ride

    Getting Started With Lyft V: Your First Week of Lyft Driving

    If you’re ready to sign up with Lyft, please click here to use our affiliate link and help support the site.  Lyft is currently offering new driver bonuses of up to $750 depending on your city so now is a great time to sign up!

    Have any questions about what the guide covers or what it’s like to be a new driver?  Ask away in the comments section below!

    Earn up to $20 an Hour with Postmates!

    postmates-iconPostmates is growing like crazy right now and offers plenty of no-contact delivery options, from convenience store items, restaurant delivery and more. Sign up here.

    -Harry @ RSG

    Harry Campbell

    Harry Campbell

    I'm Harry, the owner and founder of The Rideshare Guy Blog and Podcast. I used to be a full-time engineer but now I'm a rideshare blogger! I write about my experience driving for Uber, Lyft, and other services and my goal is to help drivers earn more money by working smarter, not harder.

    Share Post