We talk a lot about driving in California, but this post is for all those mid-size market drivers! Today, RSG contributor Melissa Berry interviews Jeff Brown, who drives in Columbus, OH.
Jeff drives in Columbus, OH, a city of just about 900,000 people. He first started driving because he wanted to earn some extra money after becoming a new Dad. He was also interested in the sharing economy, as he has worked as a trainer and public speaker, and figured it would be a great way to meet new people.
Jeff first started driving in 2016 and almost immediately started tracking his earnings. He found that he made well-over minimum wage, and recently he reached out to Harry to discuss what he found, share his earnings tracking sheet, and share his best practices for drivers in mid-range to small-sized cities.
The following is based on an edited and condensed interview with Jeff, where he shares his top tips for driving in a mid-size market.