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I've seen a few of those. Green Fleet seems like a ****ing rip off. They give you a Prius to UberX with, they maintain it and insure it, you pay for your own gas, and you have to cut them in on half your take home after Uber takes their cut. Plus you have an assigned territory and an assigned shift, so it's like your driving a cab, via Uber.

Figure, you're taking home 42 cents a mile, off surge, before you pay for your gas, and it seems like a miserable deal

I think this is actually one of the cab companies making a strategic move against regular Uber drivers by flooding the market with drivers.
 

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Driver drop sounds a lot like DD 24/7.

They've been around for a while. Basically you pay a guy to drive you home in your own car, then the driver gets another cab to take him back to where he picked you up.
 

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Prior military service required?

That's weird.

I wonder how insurance works with that, I'd be a bit nervous having some random stranger driving me and my car home.
 

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I guess their thought might be, who better to deal with drunks than the military. lol
 

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These all seem to just be mediocre solutions, or technologies... I guess any-thing could work for some-one.
I am looking for a few drivers to talk with. Looking for some feedback on a system that is really FOR drivers. We need a drivers alliance!
Hit me up directly, if you are open to discussing in further detail.
 

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I've seen a few of those. Green Fleet seems like a ****ing rip off. They give you a Prius to UberX with, they maintain it and insure it, you pay for your own gas, and you have to cut them in on half your take home after Uber takes their cut. Plus you have an assigned territory and an assigned shift, so it's like your driving a cab, via Uber.

Figure, you're taking home 42 cents a mile, off surge, before you pay for your gas, and it seems like a miserable deal

I think this is actually one of the cab companies making a strategic move against regular Uber drivers by flooding the market with drivers.
half of nothing is still nothing
 

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I was just browsing Craigslist this morning and damn, all these in addition to of coarse the propaganda riddled Uber and Lyft adds.

A few I've never heard of just surfaced, I guess. The last three are new to me. Anyone checked these out yet?

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/lab/5199919147.html

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/trp/5199757871.html

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/trp/5199632858.html

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/fbh/5200224006.html
"Fed up with Uber? Average $2000 - $3000 per week"
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