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I got them both. The pay statement yesterday.
The Weekly Rating email today.

Using the best numbers I have, I have a 4.25 star rating for a pass/fail.
5 stars 342 out of 398 rides. it's 85.6%.

I can say is I know how I drive.
1. speed at 2 to 8 miles an hour just to keep up with traffic.
2. California stops, rolling 1-2 mph as seen in my Peripheral vision
Sitting too close to the pedal causes increased pressure.

Please do not sit behind me.

I know my limitations with Chicago streets.
I use a Garmin Gps set for fastest route.
Shortest route will add time to ride and avoid highways.
With all the intersections, stops and cross traffic, highway is safest

The Goooogle map has "1 minute slower"," 3 minute slower" tags that
are not well defined and all over it and allows a bad impression to anyone looking.

I know my personality.
I am positive, happy.
Everyone I've worked with says they like being around me
they like working with me to the point of frustration for me

I know my car.
It's new. Pretty inside.
Can get dusty inside.
It's clearer than it was delivering pizza.
Fabreeze after every 2 or 3 rides
 

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Got my first weekly critique today. Uber doesn't like that I work hours profitable to me and not them. Only customer coments quoted where great from a carload of hot women headed to bachorelettte party asking my opinion on sex toys that resulted in 25% tip on $45 ride and took 10 new rider cards. Why can't every ride be like that?
 

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I got them both. The pay statement yesterday.
The Weekly Rating email today.

Using the best numbers I have, I have a 4.25 star rating for a pass/fail.
5 stars 342 out of 398 rides. it's 85.6%.

I can say is I know how I drive.
1. speed at 2 to 8 miles an hour just to keep up with traffic.
2. California stops, rolling 1-2 mph as seen in my Peripheral vision
Sitting too close to the pedal causes increased pressure.

Please do not sit behind me.

I know my limitations with Chicago streets.
I use a Garmin Gps set for fastest route.
Shortest route will add time to ride and avoid highways.
With all the intersections, stops and cross traffic, highway is safest

The Goooogle map has "1 minute slower"," 3 minute slower" tags that
are not well defined and all over it and allows a bad impression to anyone looking.

I know my personality.
I am positive, happy.
Everyone I've worked with says they like being around me
they like working with me to the point of frustration for me

I know my car.
It's new. Pretty inside.
Can get dusty inside.
It's clearer than it was delivering pizza.
Fabreeze after every 2 or 3 rides
Better be unscented Fabreeze. The scented stuff can choke a horse.
 
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