PS good luck guys, bad luck of the draw with your group though, damn, talk about a "group of death"....yikes.
Lol, bad joke Szov. Let me tell you the logic of the joke: here in Cali Uber guys make over a grand a week many of them so I'm thinking where you're at you're making the same or more so I thought you are loaded or maybe you're not. Bad joke I'll admit it.why are you insulting me, bro?
no they don‘t „make“ a grand not here and not in Cali or anywhere else. they work 16-hour shifts and sleep in their (actually not their own) cars. the company charges them 30% from every ride, plus taxes, plus gas, insurance, payments etc. so in the end 25-35% of what they „make“ maybe remains from that grand.Lol, bad joke Szov. Let me tell you the logic of the joke: here in Cali Uber guys make over a grand a week many of them so I'm thinking where you're at you're making the same or more so I thought you are loaded or maybe you're not. Bad joke I'll admit it.
nso.huHey szov, where do you go to find the starting lineups for the game, I can't find it anywhere. They might be keeping it close to the vest just before kickoff and that's good news.
employed uber dudes generally keep 25% (gross) of the turnover (bevétel) and no sick leave/holiday pay etc while employed taxistas keep 50% (net) plus 35 days holiday pay plus 3 months sick leave. now that's a huge difference. self-employed ubers go home with 30-35% of turnover plus tips while self-employed taxistas have 60-65% plus tips. it's just that the mass of fleets on the roads now divide the riders not among 8,000 cars (taxis in my city) but between 20,000 (12,000 of which ubers). now talk about saving the climate LMAO when the ubers roam around aimlessly 24/7. slavery 2.0 nothing else. not even mentioning that they cause 8x more traffic accidents and 15x more sexual attacks and stuff.I know lots of Taxi drivers that in these times have done Uber and Uber eats to pay their bills short-term.
But really, unless you're doing it to make extra money while you have free time. You shouldn't go near it.
If you're a clever taxi driver you can make good money. Working around clubs...knowing what time certain trains arrive etc. Making friends with the right clients.
My Uncle Józsi ran a taxi firm. All executive cars. Even the Mitsubishi was available at a price. He got to a stage he only took bookings from regular clients. He'd take wealthy businessmen from around Sopron to and from Bécs and Ferihegy airports. Picked clients up from the casino and take them home. Her daughter's best friend owns a strip club in Sopron. He made loads taking clients home from there too.
The guy who waits around town for a booking to take Erzsi néni back to the falu full of goose shite....well he isn't making much money.
Work smarter and not harder. Uber anything is hard work for minimal rewards.