100 Hour A Week Rideshare Driving Challenge

Sunday – January 31st

Starting tomorrow, I plan on driving for the entire week, February 1 – 7, 100 hours. There is three reasons I’m creating this challenge.

  1. Money
  2. To document how much a rideshare driver really makes (100 hours is a huge data sample)
  3. To raise awareness of lack of oversight in another area that needs to be address with government regulation.

Video Blog 2-1-2016

 



Monday – February 1st, 2016

Lyft –

2-1-2016 Hours2-1-2016 Peak Hours

Video Blog 2-2-2016


 

Uber

2-1-2016 Uber Payment

Hours Driving

Lyft – 8.04

Total Income

$213.48


 

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

3:27 p.m.

I’ve been driving since 5:45 a.m. I had stop to eat lunch. I’m a bit tired but  I’m going to take a few B-12 vitamins soon to give me a boost until midnight.

It’s been raining pretty heavy for the last few hours in Chicago and looks as if it will continue until 7:00 p.m.

O’hare airport should be busy will planes being delayed because of the rainstorm. I plan on going their to pick up a few good fairs.

No tickets as of yet today.

Lyft –

Lyft 2.3.16 Hours

Lyft Peak Hours 2.2.2016

 

Lyft Power Bonus 2.3.16

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Video Blog 2-3-2016


Today’s Total Income

$239.53

Week’s Total Income

$453.01


Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

Lyft

Lyft Hours 2.3.16

Lyft Peak Hours

Lyft Power Hours 2.3.16

Uber Income

Uber Income

Today’s Total Income

$176.42

Week’s Total Income

$629.43

Today’s Driving Route

Map 2.3.16

Video Blog 2-4-2016



 

February 6th, 2016

Lyft Income

Income 2.5.2016

Lyft Peak Hour 2.5.2016

Uber Income

Uber Income 2.5.2016

 

 

Video Blog 2-6-2016


February 7th, 2016

Lyft

Lyft Hours

Lyft Power Bonus 2.7.16

Lyft Peak Hours 2.7.16

Uber

Uber Week Income

 

Uber Weekly Earnings 2.8.16


 

Total Gross Weekly Income

Lyft – $605.61

Uber – $502.61

Total Gross = $1,108.22


 

Net Income

Breeze Miles Overage Statement

 

Total Gross = $1,108.22

– Breeze Mile Overage = $1,1013.72

– Weekly Breeze Car Lease = $818.72

Average Earned Per Hour = $8.80

 

 


 

Total Hours – 93 Hours

Lyft – 53 hours

Uber – 40 hours

 


 

Video Blog 2-7-2016

Uber Drivers

Get Paid Daily!

 

4 Comments on "100 Hour A Week Rideshare Driving Challenge"

  1. As a commercial driver, I feel driving for 100 hours in a 7 day period is extremely dangerous. There needs to be a limit on hiurs, some kind of logbook. Lyft does a somewhat decent job of forcing breaks after a certain number of hours in a day, but does not limit the total hours. Uber allows as many as you want, all this makes me worry not necessarily for the driver, but for the passenger.

  2. 14+ hours per day for 7 days straight? Not healthy for the driver and ESPECIALLY not safe for the riders and other people on the road with you.

  3. Be careful… I understand what you are tying to do, but know when to stop.

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