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How should one strategize their driving to earn the most money?

Discussion in 'Uber Drivers Forum' started by MattSS, Nov 3, 2016.

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  1. MattSS

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    I'm thinking of leasing a vehicle through bama leasing @140$ a week. My goal would be to make 700$-800$ a week before any expenses are removed (weekly fees, gas etc). I'm also very new to uber. Can any experienced drivers give me guidance on how to achieve this goal? I'm in Boston.

    Also, I'm curious how you make sure you drive during "surge" periods and how to maximize this. Thanks for reading.

    Matt
     
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  3. James R

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    You should aware of the places where it's best to drive and be strategic. Boston is one of the most popular Uber cities where you can probably maximize your revenue, so you're lucky you live there. Have a checklist for the following:
    • ridesharing is legal
    • driver costs are low
    • the population is u
    • shared commutes
     
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