If taking Uber is cheaper than owning a car, does it make sense for drivers to own a car and ubering for profit?
When i pack my day pack for camping or road trip. I place each pair of socks and underwear in to an individual ziploc bags.Whether or not it's a good idea depends on your political stance. Do you believe life in the universe in general is random or is it orderly.
I fall into the orderly position. There are so many repeating patterns such as flower shapes seashell shapes butterflies. And of course galaxies themself were able to organize.
Evidence of my stance can be seen in the trips that I plan the vacations that I plan the concert I plan to attend. It's just easier and better for me to think of things as being organized. Nothing causes organization like the truth or reality. I notice definite patterns that are unique to me in the world I've created.
Is this worth it also depends on your optimism are you an optimist are you a pessimist.
You ask a very good question. The mistake many Uber/Lyft drivers make is that they confuse early cash-out of their car's equity with profit. Yes, this will help a person's personal cash flow in the short run, but there is very little actual profit realized.If taking Uber is cheaper than owning a car, does it make sense for drivers to own a car and ubering for profit?