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Sam Adams
about 1 month ago

63 years of age and semi retired

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Roger Sierra
about 1 month ago

Know you car.

  1. How it handles
  2. Keep up the maintenance on the car.
  3. Have back up plan
  4. Know the areas you are driving in
  5. Always be on the defense
  6. Know what you are hauling from supplies to people.
  7. Know the laws and pay attentionto road signs 8 use a gps ex Waze etc…
  8. Keep a updated Atlas and know how to read it
  9. Keep common tools and emergency roadside equipment in your vehicle.
  10. Practice driving in different weather conditions
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Luciano Perdomo
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Rafael vasquez

Yes

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Rafael vasquez

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Mitchell Lee
2 months ago

Thinking about signing up but, not sure on the pay.

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Prasert Pawai

Make them as maximi satisfactory.

Make them as maximi satisfactory.

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Prasert Pawai

Customer first.and the other will follow up.

Customer first.and the other will follow up.

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Bob Treece
2 months ago

want to deliver for uber eats

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Izobel Puig
over 6 months ago

I can't be all alone! I have loved my experiences with Lyft so far and I have even driven at like 3 in the morning. NONE of my friends will even try it. I think they're scared. They tell me I am nuts. Here's the thing........you have to be smart no matter what in life and know that in your car, at the grocery store, on a train, etc. someone COULD harass you. Don't forget women harass women too. It;'s a sad truth, but this is life. I have been free from that but I am prepared to handle myself if and when someone decided to go that far no matter where I am. We shouldn't let our fear ruin a chance at a job we might love. I really enjoy mine! So any ladies with me???

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Letty Tercero
3 months ago
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Thomas Brown
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It provides a unique platform that offers complete 'flexibility' to every Lyft Driver.

It provides a unique platform that offers complete 'flexibility' to every Lyft Driver.

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Raymond Dumontier

I believe that they implement a program in which you put forth x amount and they do the rest to get you into a safe/ checked/documented vehicle luck be with you and if you got skill spend that first.

I believe that they implement a program in which you put forth x amount and they do the rest to get you into a safe/ checked/documented vehicle luck be with you and if you got skill spend that first.

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Michelle Hammack
3 months ago
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Winfield Fricke
3 months ago

I deliver for Uber eats and want to know how they can get away with taking more than 35% of the pay when that's what they claim . Like a customer paid $5 to ha e it delivered Uber took $3 and gave me only $2 . This ain't fair what can I do about this . I call it insane thievery . Ripping its own drivers off . This ain't right and should be brought to attention .

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Letty Tercero
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Jean Claude Laroque

Looking for a better job for a better money.

Looking for a better job for a better money.

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