After my first 5,000 miles or so doing rideshare I decided to share my top tips. The number 1 tip I can give is to tell drivers to get a tablet. A larger screen will help them navigate the roads easier and see possible short cuts or wrong Google instructions.

Tip number 2 would be to get an earpiece and keep the navigation voice in your ear and not part of the general conversation in the car. At the start of the ride I check with the passenger to verify their destination and the root Google has laid out. They can make changes as needed if they want.

Tip number 3 is get a camera! In the transportation business they are called taxi-cams. The better taxi cams will record both in and out of the vehicle.

Tip number 4 is to use a rental car if you are going to do this full time. Pay the upfront fee for the rental and skip all the maintenance and high insurance costs.

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  1. I went through many videos of yours and you are just awesome. Your video will help many many drivers who wants to drive for Lyft. I have been driving for Lyft more than an year and I still didn't know many things you said lol ? anyways you have lots of info for the rental program. I am gonna try this week and let me see how it goes. Thanks ??