Section 1: Introduction
Are you like a backend Coder or? Yeah Yeah! I am Both passengers gave me a 5-star rating. It was amazing. It was bad. One drive was really bad. Friends, as you know, I have quit Uber Eats. That’s why I thought to try a new job, that is none other than Uber driving. I know many people drive Uber from Punjab in Canada and the US. Taxi driving is considered a very good profession. People earn $1000 in one day. And I saw in promotions that you can make above $200,000 in some cases via Uber taxi driving. Let’s find out today because of Ed Sheeran’s concert.
Section 2: Getting Ready
Whole Atlanta is full because of Ed Sheeran’s concert. Let’s go near the car. Step 1 is Gopro. Our safety is very important. So getting out of the garage, people walk here a lot. I feel very scared to get out of the garage. There are so many pedestrians just outside the garage. You have to be very careful. Slowly coming out of the garage. See, pedestrians came. All have come for Ed Sheeran. Bro, go fast. See how careful I have to get out of the garage. It’s an intuition to get out directly. Being a pedestrian myself, I am used to that. You have to be very careful and drive very slowly. The more slowly you will drive, the more love the car will give you. Now time for Gopro.
Section 3: Background Check
Step 2 is a background check. When you install your Uber driver app, your background check can even take 24 hours or 72 hours. You should have one year driving history in the US. Luckily, it didn’t take me much time to approve. It’s going to be a long ride. Were you born here? Or did you come here like from somewhere else? No, I am originally from India and I have been living here for the last seven years. I graduated and studied. That’s so awesome, man. Are you like a backend coder? Yeah, yeah. I always thought like some of my other friends did the same, like she got a work visa, she got to become a backend coder. That’s how she got to the states. I am trying to get into it too, but I want to get into cybersecurity stuff.
Section 4: First Rides
Yeah, awesome, sure. Have a great day. Alright, thank you so much. My pleasure. Yeah, pleasure as well. Be safe, man. Yeah, you too. See you. Yeah, bye. So, I’m gonna say 5 stars. Everyone was wearing a seat belt, so I am gonna rate the rider. And after rating, there’ll be one more pickup. Let’s see how the experience goes for the next pickup. Okay, $12. This is really a long trip, 11 miles. It’s of half an hour. Let’s wait for now. Let’s wait for now. Okay, let’s take it. Pickup is near. First ride was incredibly smooth. They had a great sense of humor. I didn’t think that the ride would be so much fun.
Section 5: Second Rides
So guys, let’s just do two pickups. After the second, I will get tired. But I was very nervous, but they were very calming. They were from Florida. They had a great sense of humor. They made me calm. Usually, it’s the driver’s duty to engage the driver, but they were engaging me. So that was really nice. Alright. Thanks for choosing Uber, man. Thank you. Thank you so much. Have a great day. You too. Take care. Alright. So let’s see. How much we made today. Wow. $36. It’s great. It’s great. It’s actually better than Uber Eats. It’s worth trying. It’s a full time, no. If you are making $100 in a day, that’s really good. It’s not like you are driving 12 hours a day. That’s really great. It was actually a good experience.
Section 6: Conclusion
In conclusion, my experience as an Uber driver was filled with surprises, challenges, and rewarding interactions. Despite initial apprehensions, I found joy in connecting with passengers, engaging in diverse conversations, and witnessing the city’s vibrant atmosphere during the concert event. While the income potential varied, earning $36 in a short period was promising, even though it may not be sustainable as a full-time endeavor. Ultimately, Uber driving proved to be an enlightening experience that allowed me to step out of my comfort zone and explore a different side of the gig economy.