I dont have as much data because i just started, but your flex numbers look very similar to my instacart experience.Most of us have changed up out strategy during this crisis and put driving passengers as a secondary option, I'd be interested to see earning postings from other platforms to see which platform is working out best for everyone else. For me it's Amazon flex, I got lucky to be able to get into their platform around Thanksgiving time, what I do now is go to Whole Foods (usually the Wheaton location) and wait for an instant offer. The base is usually $15 plus tips, with tips I've made more than $60 an hr at times. I started doing Uber eats but that's much more of a grind than this imo. Anyways here are some of my earnings from that, let's see some other platforms..
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I did a few deliveries to a Dell Web community. These folks have some money. And have been very nice, and tip well.
Here's an interesting thought. When an uber wants a ride with groceries they might not tip. But, they load and unload the trunk themselves. When i instacart, i feel i earned the tip. When i uber, i realize, i didn't really do anything extra.