Driving for Uber or Lyft?

Choosing a rideshare service to drive for has lately become a bit tricky, but I can help you make a sound decision that fits you. First, it depends on a few factors such as driving habits, family obligations, or any other factor that may dictate when you drive. That’s because if you drive for Lyft, in order to take advantage of their various bonuses, you need to drive at specific hours, particularly the early morning and late night hours. After all, what fun is it without the weekly bonuses? If you have no problem driving during those hours, then you can potentially make over $2000 a week in New York City, and over $1500 a week in other cities and suburbs. The bonuses make a huge difference, and are the main reason why smart drivers make huge amounts of money while driving very few hours. If you are interested in driving for Lyft, depending on your city you can earn an additional signing bonus by clicking on this link to sign up https://www.lyft.com/drivers/SOCRATE104796?utm_medium=d2da_absc.

If you prefer to drive for Uber, to take advantage of weekly bonuses you don’t necessarily have to adhere to any specific hours, however Uber’s weekly bonuses are not as high as Lyft’s weekly bonuses. The good news is that Uber has a lot more rider requests, which makes it far easier to meet their bonuses. Experienced and smart drivers can manage to qualify for both Uber and Lyft’s weekly bonuses through strategic driving techniques. When I first started out with Uber, I made so much money the first four weeks that my life changed overnight. The car service industry is now among the most lucrative careers that don’t require a college degree. If you are interested in driving for Uber, you can earn an additional signing bonus by clicking on this link to sign up https://partners.uber.com/i/wtdardat7. Good luck with your decision, and I hope you make a ton of money.

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