U did too many rides during peak, i would have worked other apps after u completed 25 during peak and then focused on the remaining 40 during non-peak.
They shud give u the remaining by Tuesday and u get paid on Wednesday morning.
I'm kind of glad that I did more peak rides than needed, because I actually was under the impression that afternoon peak was 4 PM - 7 PM (3 hours), but just this morning I looked and saw that afternoon peak hours are 5 PM - 7 PM (2 hours). Only 5 rides were affected, and I was well above the 25 required peak rides.
i would have worked other apps after u completed 25 during peak and then focused on the remaining 40 during non-peak.
I do not have accounts with other apps (yet). If I ever see a good sign-on bonus or guarantee with Lyft, then I'll give them a try and work toward meeting those requirements to get the bonus. I'm not down with the Israeli app... Via or whatever. There's something about Israelis that make me not trust them with my personal information or with my livelihood. I would really only consider Lyft, but there would have to be a bonus involved. I'm not a career driver. I'm just here to hit the bonuses and guarantees, then I'm leasing out my car for another driver to make some cash.
I am glad you post your real earnings , how many hours did you actually stay with the car and how many hours did Uber claim you drive? if $765 less all the expense, tolls, car payment Insurance, car wash , gas, what else is left?
First, I went for a couple of rides this morning just to bring my trip total above the 65 minimum... just to be sure! My net is now about $800.
Next, tolls say: $75.
I have no car payment. I wash my own car (only once this week). I don't have my gas receipts with me, but I did put gas in it every day because I don't like to go below half full. I'll tally these up and report back.
Uber said I was online 35 hours. I was in the car longer... probably a total of 40 hours.
Still, if I earned $800 by sitting in the car during those times and Uber is gonna add another $700 because of the guarantees, then that's pretty cool. That's about $37.50 / hour.
***Uber said the guarantee is based on net pay.... so I think this means tolls would be additional. So, my pay should actually be $1,575 for the week .... rather than giving me a flat $1,500 where I have to deduct about $75 for the tolls. Maybe I'm wrong, but I'm nonetheless thankful to be able to earn this $1,500 while I'm off work at my real job and still getting a pay check from my real job. This is a pretty cool hook-up!