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I worked at Lyft (Less than a year)
Friendly, Professional Passengers. Out of office, unlimited mileage
Math DOES NOT add up
First off I had to FIGHT for my signup bonus they only granted a portion.
Supposed $18- 25 per hr adds up to $5 per hr
Counting wait time, Cost of ride, and time/mileage per trip!
Ideally 4 rides per hour 15 mins per ride
Is only logical
Only 24 hrs in day so sitting in prime area to get 1 ride per hr deflates your chances of Actual Income.
Investment in a battery charging system is definitely needed as App drains ph batt fast
Lyft has gone up on price of rental to $250 per week while simultaneously going down on pay per ride average ride gives you $5
You put together plan to do 50 rides to go out to prime time prime areas to sit and wait 2 rides per hr.
Prime Time incentives get eaten up in traffic congestion. 1 hr and 45 min ride gave $17 from culver city to valley area
18 hrs clocked $85 paid!
Advice to Management
Quit Slave driving
Decide independent contracted or employed? (STOP RIDING FENCE TAX WISE)
No one is Going to live in car for $5 per hr
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Lyft (Inglewood, CA (US)) in February 2017.
I filled out the form, then I uploaded my documents and then I scheduled one day to inspect the car. When everything was approved, I received a Lyft sticker and a welcome invitation. After that I attended a quick lecture on the rules and policies of Lyft.