This is the course you have been waiting for. There are a lot of things to know when you are an Uber or Lyft driver, yet they provide next to little training. Lyft has their mentor sessions, but the quality of the training depends on the mentor. Some are great and covers all the basics, while some just meet with you, mark a few checkboxes and then leave and usually there is no way to contact your mentor again. Uber has a few videos that goes over how to start/end a trip and that's about it.
Well this course changes all of that. All of these videos are available to you at anytime and you can just watch what you like or watch them all. We bet that there is something you didn't know in many of the videos. By purchasing, you get lifetime access to it.
Here is what we will go over:
And Fedora allows for course updates, so we will be updating and adding training to this course as more questions arise or changes occur in Lyft or Uber. The best thing about Fedora is that students have lifetime access, which means you will get to see the new course updates when they are published. Buy it once and reap the benefits as this course lengthens and improves over time.
During a Lyft Mentor session, I only have time to go over about half of the content here and many of my mentees are highly rated and are better informed than many other drivers out there. I have used my experience as a mentor to craft this interactive course.
Don't be left behind and purchase this course now! If you are not satisfied, I offer a 30-day money back guaranteed so if you don't like it, I will give you a full refund! What else do you have to lose?
I started driving for Lyft and Uber for more than three years year. I signed up for Lyft first and went through my mentor ride and started driving. My mentor didn't do much coaching so I had to learn a lot about Lyft on my own, aside with how the application work. After driving for a few weeks full time, I started driving on Uber as well. When I signed up for Uber, I did that for about two weeks full time trying to learn everything I can about Uber. After a few hundred trips between the two services within six weeks, I learned a lot about both services and how to navigate each service to maximize my earnings and also to get a high rating.
After about two months, I was invited to be a Lyft Mentor. Unfortunately, there was almost no training on how to be a Lyft Mentor so I jumped in head first into this role and learned on my own how to best mentor new drivers. I used a lot of the experience as a Lyft driver to coach new Lyft drivers how to get started and become awesome Lyft Drivers themselves. A good number of my mentees are now Lyft Mentors and I coached a few Lyft Mentors through their first few Mentor sessions.
About two years ago, I started to test out various delivery services, such as Postmates, Instacart, Doordash and Amazon Flex. I got lucky with getting into Amazon Flex rather quickly and learned the ropes pretty quickly. There were so many blocks last winter in Seattle so I was working many hours on Amazon Flex, which gave me the opportunity to learn about Amazon Flex and also test out various tapping strategies. In my spare time, I did Instacart when tips were still very good. Once Instacart started hiding tips, I devoted more time to Amazon Flex and rideshare.
I now use my knowledge and time to educate new and existing drivers about how to become great drivers as I have been through it all and have mentored and coach many other drivers to great driver ratings. I also developed a website to update drivers of the current policies and changes to each service to maximize their income and improve their driver ratings.