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How many hours is 65 trips? (not sure if it counts pool as two) Assume a semi-normal schedule, that is: working the same hours every day, 5 days a week (for my purposes, Sunday can be one of those days), and a break of no more than one hour in the middle of the day, but the hours can be in the middle of the night for all I care.

Bonus points if you can tell me the same for the new 40 trip quota, and what my schedule would have to look like to give me a good shot at getting those 25 peak hour rides (originating below 110th street in Manhattan). Again, Sundays are fine with me.
 

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How many hours is 65 trips? (not sure if it counts pool as two) Assume a semi-normal schedule, that is: working the same hours every day, 5 days a week (for my purposes, Sunday can be one of those days), and a break of no more than one hour in the middle of the day, but the hours can be in the middle of the night for all I care.

Bonus points if you can tell me the same for the new 40 trip quota, and what my schedule would have to look like to give me a good shot at getting those 25 peak hour rides (originating below 110th street in Manhattan). Again, Sundays are fine with me.
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MVP award for the most useless members of this forums goes to... THE BOTH OF YOU! Congratulations please come up and take your shameful award.

How many hours is 65 trips? (not sure if it counts pool as two) Assume a semi-normal schedule, that is: working the same hours every day, 5 days a week (for my purposes, Sunday can be one of those days), and a break of no more than one hour in the middle of the day, but the hours can be in the middle of the night for all I care.

Bonus points if you can tell me the same for the new 40 trip quota, and what my schedule would have to look like to give me a good shot at getting those 25 peak hour rides (originating below 110th street in Manhattan). Again, Sundays are fine with me.
Each UberPool pick up counts as a separate ride. As for the other questions, see here:
https://uberpeople.net/threads/uber-6k-bonus-explained-for-newbiers.110659/#post-1587282
 

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MVP award for the most useless members of this forums goes to... THE BOTH OF YOU! Congratulations please come up and take your shameful award.

Each UberPool pick up counts as a separate ride. As for the other questions, see here:
https://uberpeople.net/threads/uber-6k-bonus-explained-for-newbiers.110659/#post-1587282
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The all mouth no brain AWARD for posting the 6K Bonus link, Mr Fountain of Misinformation. Insulting him with a newbie link. W R O N G L I N K ! Not what he asked, READ IT!

YOU CAN READ ENGLISH BUT CAN YOU COMPREHEND IT? HE IS ASKING FOR ADVICE ON HOW TO ATTACK THE TRIP PROMO.

START BY READING SLOWER..
 

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The all mouth no brain AWARD for posting the 6K Bonus link, Mr Fountain of Misinformation. Insulting him with a newbie link. W R O N G L I N K ! Not what he asked, READ IT!

YOU CAN READ ENGLISH BUT CAN YOU COMPREHEND IT? HE IS ASKING FOR ADVICE ON HOW TO ATTACK THE TRIP PROMO.

START BY READING SLOWER..
so why dont u answer the question (for the newbie) he cant her offended by that becasue he is just like all of us at one point. lol dont get butt hurt
 

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so why dont u answer the question (for the newbie) he cant her offended by that becasue he is just like all of us at one point. lol dont get butt hurt
Every driver knows what he is capable of. Some drivers average 1 or 2 or 3 or more rides an hour depending on how what hours they work & how ubur uses him. So there is no real answer that fits everyone or else you would see it here with all the know it alls that troll these pages..
 

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65 "trips" could take 65 hours or could take 20 hours. This isn't exact science. It varies based on many, many factors. I don't drive X, but since a lot of Uber promos are based on "you must average 1.5 trips per hour", you can assume that's the typical average.
 

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The all mouth no brain AWARD for posting the 6K Bonus link, Mr Fountain of Misinformation. Insulting him with a newbie link. W R O N G L I N K ! Not what he asked, READ IT!

YOU CAN READ ENGLISH BUT CAN YOU COMPREHEND IT? HE IS ASKING FOR ADVICE ON HOW TO ATTACK THE TRIP PROMO.

START BY READING SLOWER..
You seem to be mildly [email protected] Is everything okay with you?
 

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I've come to realize that Uber's recruitment program isn't really a recruitment program. I mean, where do they look for drivers? On billboards and the sides of busses. They're offering a "product" to their drivers. And like all advertisements, it's highly misleading.

I cut my expectations by over 50% after doing research. I've been on this site for several months already, and I read rsg. But it's still the best job for me at this time, and a pretty good one at that. I am very happy that I will be starting this soon.

So, apparently 65 trips will take 40-45 hours logged. Probably a bit more for a newbie. Maybe I'll go for it, and maybe not.
 
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