Much more expensive to live in new York than Georgia and they are required to buy commercial insurance1.75 a mile? In Georgia uberx we get .75 cents a mile and 12c a min. Seems I could double or triple my wages living in New York and living in my car since housing isn't triple the price compared to Georgia and neither is food or gas.
Edit: Uber pool we get .65c per mile .12c a min I think.
Actually in most states you only need commercial insurance to drive Uber Black and UberSUV. You only need a rideshare endorsement from your insurance for Uberx, xl and select. The endorsement is much cheaper than commercial insurance.Enterprise and Uber gives me commercial insurance so I'm paying for that. Anyone that is a driver with uber is required to have it but most don't notify their insurance company about it because the insurance company will drop them. They are literally an accident waiting to happen.