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Facts about driving for Uber?

7 answers · 15 hours ago
First of all, It's not a minimum wage job, It's an independent job, you set your hours, and you set your schedule.. And yes it is an honest labor job where you're not always the master of your own pockets.. You go out there and do your job, and you get paid.. As an Uber driver, I have seen upto $4,500... show more

I'm 18 and I want to get my driver's license, but I'm scared of driving, because I'm afraid of running someone over or getting into an accident, but I feel bad for always asking my parents to drive me places. What do you guys think?



Best answer: OHV NASCAR 427 ................

When it rains here the roads are an absolute disaster. My morning commute of 30 mins turns into an hour or sometimes even 2 hours. Cars are in ditches, accidents at intersections because people slide through on a red light. A few months back there was a 15 car pile up on a bridge which grid locked half the city... show more

Best answer: If you spend most of your time driving on crowded city freeways at 60 mph then 120 seems fast, but I've pushed through 5 States with 80 mph posted limits. Now to me 100 is no big deal. I have a fairly new Mustang, topped 110 a couple of times, didn't feel like it was near edge of control, but traffic and... show more

Best answer: Yes, air pumps, EGR valves, PCV valves started late 1960s on some vehicles.

If a school bus is stopped with red lights flashing, but the stop sign is not extended, are drivers allowed to pass?



im new in USA and the point of extra to me sound like a tip when i asked the taxi driver he said NO its NO tiping so what extra is charged for i feel like taxies taking alot of my money

Best answer: It made sense to drive on the left when you were driving a buggy. That is so the buggy whip does not hit as many tree branches. That is your right hand is closer to the center of the road. With modern cars it does not make much difference except that your right hand is ... show more

I’m about to start practicing for my CDL and I want to know what exactly I need to practice the most but I’d really like to know if I will be hauling a trailer during the test. Any tips or extra info would also be much appreciated. Keep in mind I’m in Texas and I assume rules may vary from state to state.

Best answer: The "safest" way to move a car is for all four wheels to be off the ground - i.e. on a trailer or a tilt-tray/recovery vehicle. Towing with the wheels on the ground needs more care. If the towed vehicle has a manual transmission, it doesn't need any real preparation except to be left in Neutral. It... show more



Best answer: Sundown is about as bad as it gets, especially if the temperature was barely freezing in the afternoon. Slush is more slippery than hard frozen snow, and ice can form where it was only wet. That said, icy roads can always be treacherous. Remember that bridges and shaded areas freeze first.

My son and I took his truck to get it inspection of the 1st time ,we did not know but it do not have a cyalactic convertor on it. So it go rejected , we have put a new one on, but my question is do I have to carry to vehicle back to the same place or take it to another station. The reason I ask is the other one is... show more

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