Standard work day for me would be heading out in the early afternoon, and working until the late evening, or into the night. I learned much about not only the city and what goes on, but a plethora about its people. Lyft blows away the competition because most other rideshares operate as just a side hustle. Lyft holds company events such as summer picnics, driver awards, and much more; something that cant be said about any other major ridesharing company. The workplace is literally the streets and neighborhoods of Chicago-land. We all know it can get a bit frustrating with traffic at times, however this is just to be expected. Hardest part about Lyft driving is just being patient. sometimes you just cant seem to snag a ride. Karma is good to us. If you're running on a dry streak, don't worry, there's a downpour of ride requests coming. In conclusion working for Lyft is an enjoyable experience, with a wonderful community, and a flexable schedule if you need it.
Set your own hours. Good pay.
Mileage on your car. Potential for damage to your car.