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Mustafa Chowdhury
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Jay Kozack

I don't know as that job is unpredictable. What I am saying is that you never know how the customer is going to behave once they step inside the vehicle.

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bradley hart

It all depends on when and where you drive. My normal full time driving days are Monday 7 am until 1pm on Wednesday in Seattle. I take two hour or four hour breaks to sleep or an hour for gym and food. Between the 4 services I drive for I bring in on average $725 and spend $60 to $80 in gas.

During the rest of the week I drive about 4 hours a day for 20 hours total and average $435 after gas. (7 am to 9 am and 4 until 6 pm)

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Eric Pierrat

It all depends if you drive long distances, or else your need to have a lot of small trips. And work early in the morning as prices go up as well as late at night.

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Trisha Comeau

Yes-I’ve been with them for 4.5 years. You have to drive to get it but, it becomes hands over first if you do! Good luck!!

Coachella-is the biggest money maker!! Airport’s next-

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cynthia fort

I worked mainly weekend overnight, yes I made good money. I want to go back but now I so afraid. Things have really gotten bad here with the car jacking and killing.

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Lisa Kolb

The key to getting paid well with Uber is to have a turnover rate that is eccable meaning there is no delay traffic and to get one customer right after the other.

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Armond Badillo

I wish it paid better, but it helped me when I couldn't find a job. I struggled every month to pay my bills, you have to hustle to make money. I set daily limits for myself, $80-100 a day, $20 for gas. That usually meant I had to work 8-10 hours a day. I worked graveyard on the weekends in downtown San Diego and Pacific Beach. Start early, 6-7pm to 3-4am. You're going to pay a lot in taxes, I made $25,000 in one year, but $5,000 in taxes. Use your mileage, not gas receipts, it pays more. It cut the taxes in half. I liked it but just didn't make enough money, and felt like I didn't have to do anything but work.

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