59 Things Uber and Lyft Drivers Could Consider Having In Their Car
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Let’s face it
Ridesharing ain’t easy. The passengers we encounter range anywhere from “quiet and polite” to “drunk and incoherent” – and the ones who fall into that last category can be tough to deal with when you’re out there on your own.
When I first started driving, I thought all I would need was my car, my phone, a steady hand on the wheel, and my favorite t-shirt.
While that’s still mostly true, I’ve found that it really pays off to be prepared for the variety of different situations one can encounter on the road. Now, I can’t imagine hitting the road without these supplies. Here, in order of importance, are the most useful items you can add to your ridesharing office (aka your car).
A lot of these essential accessories and gear are great for Uber, Lyft, and other ridesharing service drivers but a lot of these items can also apply to those who are driving for Postmates, DoorDash, Grubhub, Uber Eats, and other food delivery services. Click here to see gear specifically for Bird Scooter Chargers. Click here to see gear specifically for food delivery drivers.
This is a comprehensive list of everything an Uber Driver or a Lyft Driver might find useful while they’re doing their driving. We’re not saying you should buy every single item on this list, but you may be able to find something useful that you haven’t thought of before.
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