For a long time, the only way to travel between states and still stick to a flexible rideshare driving schedule was with Lyft. However, for some drivers, Uber has made it possible for drivers to drive between states with Uber Eats. RSG contributor Chonce Maddox Rhea breaks down this news and what it means for drivers below.
If you drive for Uber in a city that borders state lines, you may be able to earn more money with Uber Eats. Driving for Uber Eats has often been viewed as a way to supplement your Uber driving income or an alternative to rideshare driving altogether.
We’ve reviewed and compared many food delivery apps in the past and it always seems like rideshare driving often wins in terms of profitability. The trips can be longer and there are more opportunities for bonuses which can increase your pay.
Now, Uber is changing things up by allowing delivery drivers for Uber Eats to go into other states and drive.