Well, it all depends upon the full time driver's earnings. I'm going to take guess though... 20%, 25%, or 28% of gross fares after the booking fee.Im not an Uber driver but i know that Uber takes 20 to 25 percent commisions on a ride? On avg how much does Uber take on commisions in a month for a full time driver?
Far too many.how many uber drivers do you think there are in san diego, orange county, and LA
Im not an Uber driver but i know that Uber takes 20 to 25 percent commisions on a ride? On avg how much does Uber take on commisions in a month for a full time driver?
It's important to note that Uber actually takes much more than 25% of the fare. Uber hides this by charging each fare a booking fee which is dependent on your market. In my market Uber takes $2.25 on every fare and you the driver are not entitled to that profit. Last year Uber took almost 40% of the price the passenger actually paid. Which is complete BS. The booking fee will only go up in all markets.
You obviously work for Juno. Every few weeks one of you Juno clowns comes here as a "New Member" and shills for Juno.If Juno came to San Diego but had a smaller market would any of you guys work full time becuase they take only 10% of fares