Originally posted on December 2, 2023 @ 9:27 AM
According to a Google search, the expression “the proof is in the pudding” means “the real worth, success, or effectiveness of something can only be determined by putting it to the test by trying or using it, appearances and promises aside“.
Because I wanted to know exactly how much I earned driving Uber, Lyft and HERide while in Atlanta, November 9-25, 2023, I spent time creating three spreadsheets and “crunching the numbers.”
All of the data came from each of my apps, and while compiling and comparing, I realized I was going to need to explain some things. So there are short video screenshares for each of the spreadsheets to make clear what is shown below.
To summarize, however, take a look at the numbers for each app, and zoom the images to see the numbers. You are welcome to verify my math, if so inclined. 🙂
18 trips earned $169.07
Drive time: 5 hours 7 minutes
Miles driven: 133.30
37 trips earned $350.29
Drive Time: 16 hours 6 minutes
Miles driven: 376.09 miles
16 trips earned $573.36
Drive Time: 8 hours 45 minutes
Miles driven: 508.02 miles
These spreadsheets were created to not only determine how much I earned while driving rideshare in Atlanta, but to also show anyone interested, what is possible when you add HERide to your rideshare adventures.
So download the HERide rider and/or driver app HERE and use the invite/referral code DE50A, if you do not already have one.
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PLEASE freely share this information with your rideshare friends and family!
It’s that simple and would be so appreciated.
You have NO idea who YOU know that needs this information.
Remember: YOU Do NOT Need To Be a Rider or Driver to help support the movement for a BETTER rideshare experience. Just share this site with others!
P.S. I’m fairly certain you found value in the content presented here because it doesn’t exist anywhere else. It is my personal experience as a rideshare driver in Atlanta since August 2016. This site was created during Easter 2017 and has found new life since finding HERide.
So, feel free to TIP your rideshare and HERide driver, Anita Johnson. Every moment not “driving for dollars” results in a lot of time to do any and everything, but no money is made immediately. Rideshare drivers are out here for the money. Why else would we drive people from Point A to Point B in the ATL? 🙂
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