New Uber & Lyft Driver Advice | Interview With Kon From RideShare Tips! ? ? ?

Today I’m interviewing Kon, a driver in Los Angeles, about his experiences driving for Uber and Lyft and his advice for new drivers. Hope you enjoy it! ?

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Some topics we cover:
1:39 Welcome to Kon from RideShare Tips
2:15 When did you become a driver? And why?
3:44 Challenges as a new driver
4:42 How did you learn & strategize at first?
5:30 Driving late at night
7:49 How do you locate your passenger?
9:08 Interacting with other drivers
10:34 Uber or Lyft, which do you prefer?
11:15 My worst ride!
15:15 Cancelling a ride going too far away
15:58 When passengers cancel mid-trip
17:48 How does upfront pricing work?
18:39 What are some strategies you use?
20:08 What about ratings?
22:27 How do you welcome passengers?
25:24 What about tips?
26:55 What advice do you have for drivers?
28:44 Driving for multiple apps


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  1. awesome vid as usual. nice to see drivers getting together to do these. have to agree with drivers looking out for each other, there does however seem to be certain types of drivers that really dont give a crap about anyone else but themselves, and some will even go as far as doing unethical things to discourage new drivers to try and decrease the amount of "competition" on the road. obviously these guys egos have been far inflated and unable to change with the times. often find these guys in some of the facebook groups