Rideshare and delivery drivers were among the first to feel it when gas prices started skyrocketing earlier this year. Uber and Lyft responded with a per trip fuel surcharge of $0.45 to $0.55 and said they’d test it for 60 days. Exactly how has this surcharge been working?
Our second post of Data Series, where we crunch the numbers in the world of gig work and share the insights with you, is all about tipping in the rideshare world. Between Uber and Lyft, how do the numbers stack up?
Welcome to Driver's Seat's new series of blog posts, Data Series, where we crunch the numbers in the world of gig work and share the insights with you. We're kicking it off with a deep dive on tipping in rideshare and delivery!
Introducing our new website earnings analysis tool to help drivers understand their earnings and make more.
No more manual tracking—now you can just link your platforms once, and we'll sync all of your trips and earnings.