As you guys know, I’m a part-time driver based out of Los Angeles. And although I have spent countless hours driving, taking rides as a passenger, reading, writing and podcasting all about rideshare there’s still a lot that I don’t know. One of the biggest reasons why I like to bring on multiple contributors and have guest posts from time to time is to make sure that I cover all the bases. There are a lot of people who are doing some pretty cool things when it comes to rideshare and a majority of them aren’t out there broadcasting it like I am.
If you’ve ever gone onto a rideshare forum or two, you know that there is a lot of negativity out there. I get new drivers all the time that ask me about this and I always tell them that there are a ton of successful people out there in the rideshare industry that are really killing it but they’re just not talking about it. Fortunately for you guys, I love helping other drivers out and I love finding drivers and contributors who feel the same way.
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That’s why I’m always looking for new bloggers, new writers and basically anyone that can bring a different and fresh perspective. By the way, feel free to e-mail me if you think you’re that person 🙂 [Read more…]