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I'm just full of questions the past 24 hours.
So is anybody in LA area leasing a LUX vehicle? I know you have to be on call 12 hours a day and can go hours without ride. Is anyone making a decent net? How much? And how much you leasing car for?
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There are a few posts on here that lease Lux cars. I think you would be perfect for it.

Very reasonable terms.

Do a search for lux I'm sure you'll find them
 

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I'm just full of questions the past 24 hours.
So is anybody in LA area leasing a LUX vehicle? I know you have to be on call 12 hours a day and can go hours without ride. Is anyone making a decent net? How much? And how much you leasing car for?
Eric
Lux cars are all TCP. That means you need commercial plates and a TCP license from the state. Financing is different and more expensive than a regular non commercial registered car since it will depreciate faster. The good news is that it's the only way to get a new account that can opt into UberBlack, which was capped due to it being over saturated.
 

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Yes I'm aware of this. I'm nervous to pull trigger on purchase; it's the only way now to apply for TCP- new law; and because it takes about 3 months to be cleared what if I purchase and then Uber closes new LUX applicants?

MY BIG QUESTION IS TO PEOPLE LEASING NOW.
How much you grossing?
How much you paying weekly to lease?
How much spending for fuel per week?
 

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Yes I'm aware of this. I'm nervous to pull trigger on purchase; it's the only way now to apply for TCP- new law; and because it takes about 3 months to be cleared what if I purchase and then Uber closes new LUX applicants?
Come on, would Uber screw a driver like that?
 
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