With the touch of a button cabs could disappear forever. That is in big part because of the increasing popular ride-sharing programs that have popped up all over the world. But where exactly is the best city to become a ride sharing driver? A study was recently put out by a company called Zen99, a financial software company that helps ride-sharing drivers with their expenses and taxes. The study looked at numerous factors such as weather, gas prices, public transit systems and incomes to determine the best cities to be an Uber driver. Without further ado, here are the 10 best cities to be an Uber Driver:
In a city where people are friendly and laid back, it’s easy to be an Uber driver. It also helps that the Denver Airport now allows pickups by Uber drivers. It wasn’t always this way in the city, however new legislation has allowed for this ride sharing company to flourish here. It also happens to rain and snow in Denver which means more business for drivers as people really don’t like getting wet, or trudging through the snow. Car insurance is generally affordable, gas prices are among the lowest of many big American cities and to be frank, people here don’t enjoy using public transportation. Uber drivers are treated with respect from passengers and police and with good roads, good company and some rainy days; this is one city that is desirable to be an Uber Driver.