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The Rideshare Guide : Everything You Need To Know About Driving For Uber, Lyft, And Other Ridesharing Companies (2018, original release: 2018)
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Published: New York, NY : Skyhorse Publishing, [2018] ©2018
Description:  xiv, 158 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781510735316, 1510735313, 9781510735316, 1510735313 :,
Language:  English


Offers a comprehensive and engaging handbook for current and prospective rideshare drivers. Learn how to: decide between Uber and Lyft, maximize passengers and profits, maintain a five-star rating, keep safe and interact appropriately with passengers, navigate legal matters and tax codes. Campbell explains these and much more, also including funny, shocking, and bizarre tales from the road. Whether you are thinking about becoming a driver or a veteran wondering about UberPool and tax help, The Rideshare Guide by the Rideshare Guy has the answers. --



Why drive for Uber or Lyft -- What's it really like to be a rideshare driver? -- How do I get started as a driver? -- What's it like to give your first ride? -- How can you become a five-star driver? -- How do I maximize my profits? -- How should I deal with difficult passengers and challenging situations? -- Where can I find driver support, community, and resources? -- What does it take to be an independent contractor? (including taxes) -- How can you diversify your rideshare income? -- What does the future look like for rideshare drivers?

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