Will Uber let drivers set their own fares? Reacting to California passing AB5, which requires rideshare drivers to become employees, Uber’s scrambling. They’ve rolled out a limited test to see what happens if they allow drivers to set their own fares. Why would Uber do this? If drivers set their own fares, they look more …
Beginning of the end for rideshare drivers? Fleets of full self driving (FSD) vehicles aren’t just ‘concept cars’, they’re here. Matthew De Silva describes his recent, somewhat autonomous Lyft ride in Las Vegas at CES 2020. It’s not a robo-taxi… yet. This was a ‘somewhat autonomous’ rideshare experience. There were two Lyft ‘drivers’ in the …
Uber’s creating Uber Works, a temporary staffing business solution, and attempting to diversify their play in the gig economy? Yeah. Rideshare driving not working out? Uber hopes you need another gig! Would you rather work cleaning? Catering? Doing food prep? Assembly line? Events? Moving loads in a warehouse? Maybe you can make more money as …
Am I making any money driving rideshare? If you’re asking that question, then you’re looking for the answer. There isn’t one simple answer but here’s how you can get YOUR answer.
If you have not thought about using a Model 3 for rideshare vehicle, then you need look at your competition.
Only the strong (read fittest for environment) will survive. Rideshare Evolutions is no different.
Sounds too good to be true, right? Nobody would provide free EV charging, that would be ridiculous. That would be like if they just gave away gas! Inconceivable! Read on.
Driving an electric vehicle (EV) in Colorado is not only using renewables, it is being supported and encouraged for Rideshare drivers by the local utility company Xcel.
There are three key elements to the future of rideshare as an industry and for owner/operators: Electric, Fleets, RoboTaxi.
All current rideshare platforms will fail because their RoboTaxi software cannot scale, and that is the future. That does not mean there won’t be RoboTaxis