Hey everyone -
I thought we could make our own group on Jobcase to talk about working at Lyft, Uber, and Fasten here in Massachusetts. I'm just getting started with Lyft and considering using the Lyft Express program to rent a car to drive. Anyone have experience with that?
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Really frustrating. I see this all the time. A parents wants to bring a young child into the car, but doesn't bring a car seat. I can't let them in the car, but then it's an awkward game of who is going to cancel this ride and have to deal with the fall out. What do you all do?
Loved this article. Really good answers on all the questions you might have for Uber and Lyft drivers. It talks about ratings, tips, and etiquette. A good read for riders or drivers.
This is the advice that a fellow driver gave me. He said that he always keeps track of what events (concerts, sports, etc) are going on in the city, and always makes sure to set the venue as a destination a bit before the event lets out.
Does anyone else do this? Do you use any apps or websites to keep track of the events?
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Hey everyone -
Just wanted to pass along a pro tip that I got from friend that's been working for me. I keep tags on event calendars (Sporting events, concerts, etc), and I make sure I know what time they'll let out, and I make sure I'm right there when they first let out. If you time it right you can get in before the traffic gets crazy, and there will still be a 2x-4x surge. Does anyone else do this?