What is Rideshare?
Ridesharing is a peer-to-peer ride-hailing service. That sounds like a mouthful. Just think of it as the modern version of the taxi system but instead of a company that provides pick up and drop off services, anyone with a personal vehicle (that meets certain requirements) can use their vehicle to pick up and drop off passengers. Ridesharing companies provide the infrastructure and software for drivers and passengers to connect and pay for services through their phone.
Whose It Good For?
Ridesharing is a suitable quick cash hustle for many people because it requires knowledge and resources most people already have. If you're someone that likes meeting people, you don't mind driving, and you're familiar with customer service, this could be a great option for you.
How Do You Make Money
With Ridesharing you can make money three different ways: 1) Each time you pick up and drop off a customer. 2) Tips from customers 3) Bonuses from the company
Earnings Estimate Range
Earning estimates vary depending on many factors. Below is an approximate range on what you can expect to earn as a rideshare driver not including expenses.
Rideshare drivers are independent contractors, meaning they are their own bosses, so drivers must pay for their own expenses. Below are the following major expenses you'll incur as a driver:
Below are the basic requirements you'll need to start ridesharing. Each ridesharing company has its own set of specific requirements for each country and city. Please see specific ridesharing company below for more requirements in your area.
Sign up with one of the ridesharing programs below and get started making that cheddar.
To increase your amount of customers, you can sign up for both ridesharing programs, as many people do.