This week, I’ll be at LA CoMotion moderating a panel on the future of rideshare and shared mobility. Stop by and say hi if you’re attending! Also, this Saturday (November 17) I’ll be hosting a public session on what it’s like to be a rideshare driver in LA and the future of the passenger experience. Register here to attend this free event – the first 25 attendees will get a signed copy of my new book!
Can using Uber and Lyft’s destination filter help you boost your earnings? Yes – if you use it wisely. Today senior RSG contributor Jay Cradeur shows exactly how he uses destination filters in San Francisco to stay consistently busy and earn more. If you’re not using the destination filter to its fullest, try Jay’s strategies and let us know if that helps to increase your earnings!
When Uber and Lyft first unveiled the Destination Filter in late 2016, I thought it was great. I felt it would be very useful at the end of the day, heading home, and not wanting to waste time deadheading all the way. It took me about a year before I really started to understand the possibilities of the Destination Filter.
In this article, I will share the many ways to fully utilize the Destination Filter to produce extraordinary results.