Uber Announces Three More Ways To Earn !

Fresh new ways to increase your earnings as an Uber driver announced yesterday as part of Uber’s “180 Days Of Change”.

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Rideshare Guy Youtube Live Q&A Series – October 2017

Rideshare Guy Youtube Live Q&A Series – October 2017

Rideshare Guy Youtube Live Q&A Series – October 2017

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15 Things You Did Not Know About Uber

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  • Want some extra Income?
  • Want CONTROL Of When & Where You Work?
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Flexible Schedule

No set hours. Day or night, you’ll always start & stop on your time.

Automatic GPS navigation

Get clear directions around town with easy to follow turn-by-turn navigation.

All riders are registered

Every rider is rated by driver-partners like you. You’ll always know the name & rating of your passengers.

Make money when you want

You’re the boss. You get to decide how often you want to drive and earn.

Partner discounts

Save on gas, auto maintenance, phone plans, and more with special Uber partner rewards where available.

End-to-end insurance coverage

Get industry-leading coverage with $1M of commercial auto insurance on every rideshare trip.

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When You Know You Should Have Called An Uber!

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If you are an Uber or Rideshare driver, having a Tip Box on-board is guaranteed to maximize your income. TipDash is a stylish acrylic tip box specifically designed to provide passengers with a convenient way to tip drivers. In addition TipDash comes with a charging cable for apple and android mobile devices.

This is only available in the US but Canadians with a USA shipping address or forwarding address will be able to get one. You can use MyUSaddress.com

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4 Car Dealer Tricks You Need to Know Before You Buy a Car

Car salespeople aren’t necessarily evil, but they’re the only people who can prevent you from getting the best price for your next car. It’s a good idea to keep these four car dealer traps in mind the next time you decide to go car shopping. Doing so might save you the gut-wrenching regret of being screwed over and forced to overpay for your new vehicle.

Dealer Trick #1: Negotiating on Monthly Payments

When the salesperson starts talking about monthly payments, watch out.

Clever salespeople want you to focus only on low monthly payments because it gives them room to inflate other variables, such as the loan interest and length. This increases the dealer’s profit — while you spend thousands more on the car overall.

Some dealers pull out what’s called a four-square chart, which is confusing as hell. A former car salesman unveiled on The Consumerist how that shell game is played: You’re put on the defensive and worn down with tricky math, while the salesperson appears to knock down prices.

Counter Strategy: Don’t even discuss monthly payments. Tell the salesperson you can talk financing later, but first want to know their best price.

Pay for the car in cash or get your own financing if you can, but don’t reveal how you’re going to pay until after you’ve negotiated down the total car price. (Dealers may be less likely to negotiate if they know they can’t profit from your financing.)

If you do need to discuss dealer financing, do that after you’ve negotiated the car price. From there you can focus on the annual percentage rate (APR) rather than payments.

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Uber Says It Will Contine to Operate in Quebec For Now!

Uber announced Friday it plans to keep operating in Quebec at least until 2018.

The ride-hailing service had threatened to leave the province as of Saturday, but said in a statement the arrival of a new transport minister signals an opportunity to find a solution to the stalemate with Quebec.

“With the recent appointment of Minister André Fortin at the Ministry of Transport, we recognize that there is an opportunity to establish a constructive dialogue aimed at finding a lasting solution for riders and drivers in Quebec,” Uber Quebec general manager Jean-Nicolas Guillemette said.

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Uber Might Leave Quebec?

Uber drivers are optimistic about the future of the ride-hailing service in Quebec after the premier’s appointment of a youthful André Fortin as transport minister.

Premier Philippe Couillard said Thursday Fortin would hold talks with representatives from the ride-hailing company.

Uber has threatened to would leave the province on Oct. 14 if the government didn’t back down on stiffer requirements it’s imposing on the service in order to renew its pilot project.

Then-transport minister Laurent Lessard said Uber drivers would have to undergo 35 hours of training — the same number of hours required of traditional taxi drivers  — and submit to a criminal background check by police.

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