Today, I’m featuring a guest post from one of RSG’s top blog commenters. Aaron P as I like to call him, drives for Lyft and Sidecar (his car is too old for Uber) and has been a big RSG supporter from the get-go. I invited him on to guest post about his experiences driving for Lyft and Sidecar and he has provided an awesome table below that is a great starting point for drivers of all experience levels.
If you’d like to guest post on RSG, please send me an e-mail with a topic or two in mind and we’ll take it from there. I’m especially looking to start posting city-specific driving strategies and tips if you’ve got any.
As a driver or a rider, it’s always a lot of work figuring out the difference between all the rideshare companies. Which features are available, which one is the best overall, etc. I see people ask these questions all the time.
Wouldn’t it be nice if all the answers could all be in one place though, and the misinformation would just go away? Not today, I am afraid. Since there are a multitude of available TNC’s, a constant influx of drivers, complex regulations to deal with and confusing new features added weekly that cloud the TNC landscape, information is quickly out-of-date and often misleading.
Are You Keeping Track of Your Rideshare Earnings?Every 1000 business miles = $545 in tax deductions. That means you have to track your miles and earnings. QuickBooks Self-Employed helps you track all of that quickly.
The truth is, things will probably be like this for a while. The only hope is to piece together information from multiple sources, or hope that someone takes a moment to settle the disinformation. Then, updates the information … constantly. [Read more…]