Well, that's like, your opinion, bro😒
If I start driving at 7:30am, I'm usually hitting the wall around 3:00-3:30pm. It's pretty rare I drive any more than four hours at a time. The job can get real monotonous, even if you are staying busy.I just get to the point where I'm sick of driving and need to get the hell out and go to the gym.
I had something like that, one of the times I got greedy and said just one more ride. 3 am, Pick up a transvestite from a a sex shop who is fighting with someone in the parking lot. Get out of there and she has to pee. Opens the door and goes right next to the van. I look over to see what the hell is going on and she says "don't peek! " like she has anything I want to see. 35 minute to the far reaches of zebulon, 2 lane middle of nowhere. Thank God she fell asleep and woke up when we got there. Didn't get home till 4am and was hating my life.It's late and the trans looks good Thsts in your car
Lol, I had one of these this weekend. Filed under "things you should never say to a rideshare driver":If I felt too tired to keep driving safely and pax were becoming more difficult to deal with (such as being dragged to my car by a bouncer), I was done.
DWhen the following things occur:
- Traffic starts to get heavy.
- Weather becomes an issue
- I just get to the point where I'm sick of driving and need to get the hell out and go to the gym.
- When I am getting rides that force me to go across the city in traffic. THOSE are the killer rides. You are not compensated fairly. The wear and tear on you car is enormous, IE: brakes, shitty gas mileage, threat of accident from unemployed loser ghetto dwellers.