Day: February 25, 2020

Car resources for Uber and Lyft drivers

 

If you’d like to try your hand at driving for Uber and/or Lyft, but don’t have access to a vehicle, we have plenty of resources for you. Both companies offer a variety of vehicle options. And there are lots of third-party companies popping up all over the country that are creating even more options for drivers. But first, let’s take a look at some serious mistakes drivers can make when it comes to getting a car for rideshare driving.

Pitfalls

Without a doubt, the biggest mistake we see drivers making is when they get trapped into a long-term commitment to a car that’s too expensive. Many drivers overestimate what they can make doing rideshare driving, and they underestimate how many hours it will take to make it. A lot of drivers have gotten trapped into lease and rental

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You can get a great vehicle for $40,000

What’s the best car for $40,000? There are certainly a lot of fine choices, and the answer really depends on what kind of vehicle you’re looking for. Do you prioritize performance or practicality? Have you decided fully electric cars aren’t just the future, but perfect for your present?

No matter what you’re looking for, a budget of $40,000 opens up a wealth of possibilities, from eco-friendly hatchbacks, to V8-powered super sedans, to off-road-ready specialists. We’ve assembled a diverse set of options to satiate any buyer’s wants and needs.

You might find that you don’t need to spend quite so much money to find your perfect car. We’d suggest perusing our list of the best cars for $30,000 to see some other nice options for a bit less

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