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Houston. I work about 16-25 hours a week, 3-5 days a week for $300- tips and quests not included. That's about 25 trips. I do 11-2 lunch and 7-9 dinner. With tips and boosts, etc. it's like $400. It gets me out of the house.
 

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I am new to uber eats. This is my second week in average of 35-40 hrs per week ( plus I have a part time job (30 hours per week). I have been doing Nassau county in Long Island NY. So far I have been doing $500- $550 these last 2 weeks (6-7 days). I set a personal goal of trying to do at least $65 a day average
 

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I am new to uber eats. This is my second week in average of 35-40 hrs per week ( plus I have a part time job (30 hours per week). I have been doing Nassau county in Long Island NY. So far I have been doing $500- $550 these last 2 weeks (6-7 days). I set a personal goal of trying to do at least $65 a day average
be careful up there - I'm from Suffolk County, so I read the LI page here once in a while. I am hearing stories about the insurance companies doing stings of UberX drivers picking up pax in LIRR stations where they'll get license plates and then go back to the office. If the plate comes back to an insured vehicle, then that policy is not getting renewed next year, and every insurance company will find out why.

I could see a similar thing happening with UE, where the ins co employee orders food, has it delivered (not necessarily to the ins co office building), takes note of the plate and then checks it and flags it for non-renewal. The insurance companies want you to have a commercial policy on your vehicle, even if you drive part time.

With that nonsense, I would look into getting another (different) part-time job. If you like driving so much, there are plenty of car services on the Island, and unless there has been a drastic change, the pay is not that bad. I drove for several over many years as a part-time and FT job when I lived in NY.
 

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I only shoot for $200 a week. Sometimes with good quests that can go to $500. I work in the evenings 1 or 2 nights a week and then Saturday night and Sunday night.probably 20 hours tops.
 

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be careful up there - I'm from Suffolk County, so I read the LI page here once in a while. I am hearing stories about the insurance companies doing stings of UberX drivers picking up pax in LIRR stations where they'll get license plates and then go back to the office. If the plate comes back to an insured vehicle, then that policy is not getting renewed next year, and every insurance company will find out why.

I could see a similar thing happening with UE, where the ins co employee orders food, has it delivered (not necessarily to the ins co office building), takes note of the plate and then checks it and flags it for non-renewal. The insurance companies want you to have a commercial policy on your vehicle, even if you drive part time.

With that nonsense, I would look into getting another (different) part-time job. If you like driving so much, there are plenty of car services on the Island, and unless there has been a drastic change, the pay is not that bad. I drove for several over many years as a part-time and FT job when I lived in NY.
man that is scary I hate how the ins co are like I have been loyal to mine for many years I will be so pissed if they pull this Crap. I know they don't care but it even says in the app uber had ins covering you
 

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28 hours last week in Cincinnati... $312 dollars. Might have made more except there were very few tips. Before tips counted... $265.

The most I've ever made with UberEats was $509 for 33 hours. That was during a promotion likely triggered because of serious risk of snow... a rare triple promo circumstance of boosts, guaranteed pay, and questing.

man that is scary I hate how the ins co are like I have been loyal to mine for many years I will be so pissed if they pull this Crap. I know they don't care but it even says in the app uber had ins covering you
Make sure the customer goes back inside before you leave.
 
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