Crash Course to Rideshare: How to Get Started W/ Uber & Lyft
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Crash Course to Rideshare: How to Get Started W/ Uber & Lyft

Everything you need to know to see if Uber or Lyft is for you & how to get started w/ Rideshare in easy to follow steps.
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Created by Sam Choi
Last updated 9/2017
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 6 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Sign up and get started with Uber and Lyft.
  • Understand the steps to become a successful driver.
  • Discern if Rideshare is for them.
  • Learn the basics to the point where they could still make decent money with that information alone.
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Requirements
  • You must either be a current driver or an aspiring driver.
  • You must have a qualified car or are planning on getting one.
  • You must be eager and open to learn!
Description

*Note: This course is part of the more conclusive course, Elite Rideshare 101: Steps to become a top 1% earner. 

Imagine a job where you can work whenever you want for however long you want?

Christmas is coming up and you want to buy some gifts for loved ones, you can work more!

Feeling like you need a break, you can take a year off!

This is the power of rideshare. It takes very little to get going and once you get accepted you have access for more income whenever you want.

However, the ease of entry into Rideshare is counteracted by the challenge of learning the job. Uber & Lyft put a lot of resources in attracting new drivers but very little on how to perform the job well. As a result, many drivers don’t know what they are doing. The retention rate is terrible with only the strong surviving.

Introducing Your Instructor

Hi there! My name is Sam Choi and I hope to be your instructor. For anything I’m passionate about, I strive to hack it. How can I get the most out of it? Is there a better way to do this? So ever since I started Rideshare, I’ve been driven to master every aspect of the job. I’ve interviewed numerous drivers, taken courses, read everything I could find on the Internet, and aggressively analyzed every shift I drove.

As a result, I’ve been blessed to consistently maintain nearly perfect Five Star ratings on both Lyft and Uber and have been featured on the Rideshare Guy Podcast. On a regular basis, I earn in the top 1%.

Now I want to teach you everything I’ve learned so that you can succeed and for this industry to flourish! 

Overview

In Crash Course to Rideshare, I want to introduce you to the industry. What do you have to do to get approved? How much money you can expect to earn? How to pickup your first passenger? Basically, everything you need to get started and more.

All this information is on the Internet, but if you’re new, do you know what to look for? There are many things you won’t learn except through trial and error. So let me save you the error, cause I did the trials.

Guarantee

When I started off, I searched for a course that showed me all the basics I needed to know. However, the ones I found left out some major pieces. Thus, I thought it would be helpful to have a crash course with all the bare basics you need to know to get started, all conveniently in one place. I guarantee it’s the most conclusive beginner course on the market.

If you’re not satisfied, there’s a 100% money back guarantee!

For those who want to go further beyond the basics and become a top 1% earner, I have other courses for that, but this is your one-stop-shop for your bare basics.

Sign up now and let’s start earning! 


*This course is just one segment of the larger Elite Rideshare 101 master course. 


Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to learn the basics of getting started with Rideshare
  • Those who have already started and feel like they are missing out on a lot of the basics.
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Curriculum For This Course
30 Lectures
01:49:08
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Introduction
4 Lectures 09:22
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The heart of the Course
26 Lectures 01:39:58
THE LEARNING CURVE
01:16

WHICH COMPANY SHOULD YOU DRIVE FOR?
02:02

HOW TO SIGN UP & WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS
03:21

WHAT KIND OF MONEY IS REALISTIC?
02:55

IF YOU NEED SUPPORT
00:21

Uber: SamuelC8733UE

Lyft: Samchoi

PROFITING WITH SIGN UP BONUSES
06:12


CAR REQUIREMENTS
06:14

THE DIFFERENT RATES OF CARS
02:19



HOW RATINGS WORK
07:45

BOOSTING YOUR FARES: WHAT IS SURGE, PRIMETIME, BOOST, AND PRIMEZONES
05:57

SHOULD YOU DRIVE FULL-TIME OR PART-TIME?
02:44

DIFFERENT SERVICES WITHIN UBER & LYFT
04:06

YOUR FIRST PICKUP
02:46

ACCEPTANCE RATES AND CANCELLATIONS
02:45

GPS NAVIGATION
05:25

WHERE AND WHEN TO DRIVE: A PRIMER
02:13

GIVING FIVE STAR SERVICE: A PRIMER
02:15


IN CASE OF VOMITING
02:19



HOW TO GROW AS A DRIVER
01:47

Conclusion
01:47
About the Instructor
Sam Choi
5.0 Average rating
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1,609 Students
7 Courses
Christian| Husband| Daddy| Church Planter|Teacher|Lifehacker

Sam is married to his beautiful wife Joanna and has three delightful kids, Elijah, Eden, and Mercy. He received a B.S. in Biblical studies from Eternity Bible College and a M.Div from Bethlehem Seminary. He is currently in the process of planting a church, working on a Th.M, and  teaching as an adjunct instructor at a Bethlehem College.

 On the side, Sam loves to teach guitar and drive for Lyft and Uber. His goal is to give every student and passenger the best experience they've ever had. Ever the learner and teacher, Sam enjoys "life-hacking" anything he's interested in and helping others do the same.