My name is Anita Johnson and being a full-time Uber driver was NOT my idea or plan.
However, as a rideshare driver who discovered another ride-hail service in the spring of 2017, and then another start-up during the “protest/strike” in May 2018, I felt obligated to share the GOOD NEWS I had discovered for the benefit of others.
I must make clear that I AM a seasoned Uber driver in Atlanta, and every word on this site is my own. None of what is written should be construed as any company’s policy or perspective. Everything written ought to be considered my due diligence and promotion of another ride-hail service.
Disclosure: I am an independent TRYP Rides (now known as Trip Rideshare) Referral Partner™, not an employee or agent of TRYP Rides™ or Trip Rideshare. I may receive referral payments from TRYP Rides™/ Trip Rideshare. The opinions expressed here are my own and are not official statements of TRYP Rides™/ Trip Rideshare or its parent company, TRYP Technologies, Inc.®
I AM also an online marketer, so creating a website regarding everything I personally know, or have experienced as a rideshare driver, just made sense to me. No one asked me to create this, MY referral site, nor am I being compensated for the original written content on this site. Please keep this in mind as you peruse the site.
HOW and WHY . . .
My grown son was a regular Atlanta Uber rider and had been insisting for months that I sign up to drive; I finally did in June, 2016.
Life as I knew it in Florida had been imploding for well over 6 months due to loss of significant online client income. And money was like magic because I never knew when it was going to show up or how. Still I continued to resist the idea of returning to Atlanta because I wanted nothing to do with Atlanta’s traffic! Even so, I contacted Uber to request that my city be switched from Daytona Beach to Atlanta.
On July 11, I found myself back in the ATL. Within 5 days I was blessed with a J-O-B that I thought would provide steady and consistent income. After commuting 2-3 hours to, and from, work for 30 days (meaning being offline 12-14 hours and doing online client work before or after the J-O-B) , I destroyed a 38 year relationship by giving the J-O-B back and opting to drive for Uber instead!
I have driven countless miles throughout most of the Metro Atlanta area since August, 2016, and have had the pleasure of providing a much needed service to people with well over 8,300 trips to date. My ultimate goal has always been to drive smarter and less, so I can spend more time earning income online, like I had been doing since 2007. Before mid-2014, my income was earned online providing Technical Virtual Assistance and Help Desk Support to several prominent Internet Marketing professionals.
No one asked me to create this site, and it’s quite possible, some may not approve. However, this is MY experience, and I have shared it in an effort to help spread the good news for rideshare drivers and riders. All the information I have learned about the rideshare industry since discovering the new ride-hail service is here because it was originally documented and shared on Facebook somewhere.
This, MY referral site, was designed to help promote a new rideshare service that is still “launching soon” and has recently changed the name it will be doing business as: Trip Rideshare. Any textual reference of TRYP through the site is referring to Trip Rideshare.
P.S. Did You Know . . .
YOU Do NOT Need To Be a Rider or Driver to Become a Referral Partner?
Just support the movement for a BETTER ride-hail experience by sharing this site with others!
It’s just that simple and would be so appreciated.
You have NO idea who YOU know that needs this information.