How Much Does an Uber or Lyft Driver ACTUALLY Make, After Expenses? [Jay]



Depending on where you drive, when, and how frequently, your driver earnings could be very different – even from drivers in your own city. Click here to sign up for Uber, lyft, postmates, and doordash:

One thing all drivers have in common is expenses. From gas to insurance and more, how can drivers budget to make sure they’re not spending more than they’re making? Senior RSG contributor Jay Cradeur tackles this question and shares his cost and earnings breakdown.

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