Juno is the youngest rideshare company, in an industry filled with heavy hitters. Juno hasn’t been around more than a year or so, but they have plans to take on the big names in the industry. In order to
I’ve written a few posts related to Juno in the couple of months. Today I decided it needed to be more of a focus. In the rideshare industry, everyone is always looking for the next big thing. We’re wondering,
Over the past couple years we’ve gotten used to rate cuts near the beginning of each year. It started with Uber, then Lyft followed suit to remain competitive. In a passenger oriented business, sometimes the driver gets forgotten.
Driving for a rideshare company like Lyft or Uber gives people a ton of freedom. You’re an independent contractor, which allows you to make a lot of your own decisions. The freedom is great. It’s the reason a lot of
What to Expect From Lyft Customer Service One of Lyft’s biggest strengths is their customer service. This applies to the service dedicated to passengers and drivers alike. Lyft employs a dedicated customer service team that works around the clock
Uber Company Overview Uber was founded in 2009 as UberCab. The original founders were Garret Camp (StumbleUpon founder) and Travis Kalanick. The mobile app was initially launched in 2011 in San Francisco. Uber’s original CEO was Ryan Graves, but he
The sign up bonus hustle. It’s a familiar one two step for all of us rideshare drivers trying to make the most of our rideshare income. If you’ve driven for Uber/Lyft before or currently drive, you know how it works.
Self driving cars have long been a thing of epic sci-fi movies. When you ask someone to describe what they see the future looking like in 20 years, odds are self driving cars come up in the conversation. We’ve romanticized
For those of you that haven’t heard of Juno, they’re the new rideshare company that plans to take on Uber and Lyft. They recently launched a beta program in New York City a few months ago, and they plan to
The rideshare industry has been around for years now. Hundreds of thousands of drivers have taken to the roads with Lyft and Uber. It’s likely that just about everyone reading this knows someone who’s tried their hand as a rideshare