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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Electroweb(m): 6:34pm On Apr 14, 2016
akanniade10:


This Korean cars have gone out if the reach of the middle class. And these are cars that have no scrap value and depreciate rapidly.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 6:37pm On Apr 14, 2016
mrsage:
@ Tokyobulls, I sent you an email. Kindly respond.
Replied. Thanks for your mail.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 6:40pm On Apr 14, 2016
fanex:
@TokyoBulls i have very sweet honda city 2012 ready to hit the road at N55,000 a week independent driver or a serious minded and sharp driver to work as my uber driver. 08088997344

Thanks for the offer. However, I can't do N55,000 for Honda City 2012. The best I can do is N40,000 consistently with premium maintenance of your car.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by fanex: 8:49am On Apr 15, 2016
TokyoBulls i like the premium maintenance aspect. i can do N50,000.




TokyoBulls:


Thanks for the offer. However, I can't do N55,000 for Honda City 2012. The best I can do is N40,000 consistently with premium maintenance of your car.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by wonaghise(m): 9:13am On Apr 15, 2016
Hello plz I need to get in contact with ymodulus like ASAP for info on keke napep import! Wud appreciate it if he gets back in contact my numba is 08171862420! Any one who can help?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by dopedude(m): 5:36pm On Apr 16, 2016
TokyoBulls:

I am a partner on Uber Lagos. What would you like to know?
Please can you send me your email, I would like to get some information from you personally as I want to be a partner. my email is gigatt23@yahoo.com.

thanks
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 9:30pm On Apr 16, 2016
TokyoBulls:


Thanks for your interest. From my perspective, there are four possible options:

1. The car owner is the same as the driver. In this case, the car owner is a partner-driver and the car must be 2009 or newer with less than 100,000 km mileage. The car must pass Uber car inspection (which takes place at Yaba or Lekki) and the partner-driver must possess Driver's License and Lagos State Drivers' Institute Card and go through Uber Drivers' Onboarding and pass the assessment.

2. The car owner hires a driver to use the car on Uber and earn an income. Same conditions for the car and driver. In this case, the partner (car owner) must have sufficient time, energy, skills, gut, etc to manage both the car and the driver to ensure optimal usage of the car and earnings.

3. The car owner appoints a registered Uber partner to manage the car and driver and get a fixed income for the car every week, usually on Saturdays. This is where my company plays. We have well-trained drivers and an operations team to ensure the cars are well used and only on Uber. We pay our clients a fixed amount for each car on Saturdays.

4. Hire-purchase or drive-to-own where the car owner gets a driver and the driver remits a fixed amount weekly to own the car at the end of a period.

You can buy very good pre-owned cars in great conditions. The cars do not have to be new. I am available to answer any further questions in order to guide you in this investment decision making.

Hi TokyoBulls,

Sincere apologies for my belated response. Your input is helpful and highly appreciated. I look forward to doing business with you soon.

I'd like to know the price range for pre-owned cars as well.

Thanks
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:41am On Apr 17, 2016
dopedude:
Please can you send me your email, I would like to get some information from you personally as I want to be a partner. my email is gigatt23@yahoo.com.

thanks

Got your mail and replied. Thanks
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:46am On Apr 17, 2016
Coefficient:


Hi TokyoBulls,

Sincere apologies for my belated response. Your input is helpful and highly appreciated. I look forward to doing business with you soon.

I'd like to know the price range for pre-owned cars as well.

Thanks

Price range for pre-owned cars as in the cost of the cars or the income you should expect from them? For cost of pre-owned cars, it depends on whether it is foreign pre-owned (tokunbo) or local pre-owned (Nigerian used). You can get some ideas on carmudi.com or jiji.com, etc. Be careful when buying pre-owned cars in Nigeria as there are no certified pre-owned cars here. For earnings, we give N40,000 per week.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Roseey0(f): 5:32pm On Apr 17, 2016
TokyoBulls,
Pls tell me about this uber partner thing. I have a 2014 Nissan almera I want to put on the road.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 7:57pm On Apr 17, 2016
Roseey0:
TokyoBulls,
Pls tell me about this uber partner thing. I have a 2014 Nissan almera I want to put on the road.

What would you like to know? I have explained most of the details here but will gladly answer all your questions.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Roseey0(f): 9:29pm On Apr 17, 2016
TokyoBulls:


What would you like to know? I have explained most of the details here but will gladly answer all your questions.
Can I email you?
My email; contactroseey0@gmail.com
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 9:40pm On Apr 17, 2016
Roseey0:

Can I email you?
My email; contactroseey0@gmail.com


Send an email to uberlagosspectre@yahoo.com cc uberlagosspectre@gmail.com
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Coefficient(m): 3:47pm On Apr 21, 2016
TokyoBulls:


Price range for pre-owned cars as in the cost of the cars or the income you should expect from them? For cost of pre-owned cars, it depends on whether it is foreign pre-owned (tokunbo) or local pre-owned (Nigerian used). You can get some ideas on carmudi.com or jiji.com, etc. Be careful when buying pre-owned cars in Nigeria as there are no certified pre-owned cars here. For earnings, we give N40,000 per week.

Good day TokyoBulls.

I mean cost of buying a pre-owned car, both foreign and local pre-owned (Nigerian used)
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by raykas(m): 7:17am On Apr 27, 2016
Are you willing to invest in transportation and make 150k every months or you are willing to give your car on hire purchase? Call me 0812 337 9601 or email : Kazeem_ramon@yahoo.com .

I will help you registered your car on my own uber partner platform and manage and maintain it for you
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by fanex: 7:40am On Apr 27, 2016
55k - 60K A Week is the fair amount
raykas:
Are you willing to invest in transportation and make 150k every months or you are willing to give your car on hire purchase? Call me 0812 337 9601 or email : Kazeem_ramon@yahoo.com .

I will help you registered your car on my own uber partner platform and manage and maintain it for you
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 9:41am On Apr 27, 2016
fanex:
55k - 60K A Week is the fair amount
I am confident no driver can deliver N60,000 to you in a consistent and sustainable way so I advise you manage your expectations right. To deliver N60,000, the driver needs to make NGN (60,000 for you + 15, 000 for fuel + 20, 000 for himself + 5, 000 for data phone calls, + 10, 000 for routine maintenance + 10, 000 for repairs + X, 000 for miscellaneous costs). This is over N120, 000 as net income after Uber deducts 20% (which means the driver needs to deliver over N150, 000 every week) and I can confidently tell you no driver can deliver this. You also need to be careful so the car is not misused and/or overused. To deliver N100, 000 (which is minimum 20% less than your expectation), the driver needs to do 15 or more trips per day and that's a lot of stress and strain on the car. If you run your numbers well, you will understand these details and (perhaps) reset your expectations. You may get a driver to give you N60,000 for one or two weeks, but it will not happen for a month.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by sekinatmi(f): 9:57am On Apr 27, 2016
@tokyo,does a Hyundai Grand 2015 pass for uber?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 9:59am On Apr 27, 2016
sekinatmi:
@tokyo,does a Hyundai Grand 2015 pass for uber?

Yes

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 10:03am On Apr 27, 2016
sekinatmi:
@tokyo,does a Hyundai Grand 2015 pass for uber?
Yes
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 10:08am On Apr 27, 2016
From my understanding, I believe both of you are right in your own way. Fanex is looking at it from an angle of 150k gross income or slightly more. I think 55-60k is attainable depending on hard work tho. At least there are big ballers that make over 200k weekly.

There is this particular partner and his driver that made over 200k weekly twice in less dan a month.... Don't wanna mention their names.

And as TokyoBulls rightly said, it's not constant but it can be attainable in a week or 2.

As a businessman, I would rather zero my mind to 50k weekly. That's why it's a business, if it comes more than that, Glory be to God!!!


fanex:
55k - 60K A Week is the fair amount

TokyoBulls:

I am confident no driver can deliver N60,000 to you in a consistent and sustainable way so I advise you manage your expectations right. To deliver N60,000, the driver needs to make NGN (60,000 for you + 15, 000 for fuel + 20, 000 for himself + 5, 000 for data phone calls, + 10, 000 for routine maintenance + 10, 000 for repairs + X, 000 for miscellaneous costs). This is over N120, 000 as net income after Uber deducts 20% and I can confidently tell you no driver can deliver this. You also need to be careful so the car is not misused and/or overused. To deliver N100, 000 (which is minimum 20% less than your expectation), the driver needs to do 15 or more trips per day and that's a lot of stress and strain on the car. If you run your numbers well, you will understand these details and (perhaps) reset your expectations. You may get a driver to give you N60,000 for one or two weeks, but it will not happen for a month.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by sekinatmi(f): 10:09am On Apr 27, 2016
Is Hyundai Grand 2015 good to go?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:04am On Apr 27, 2016
I understand your points and where you come from but I have been on Uber for some time and my advice is from this. In Lagos, 50K net income every week is tough UNLESS the car is brand new and you don't need repairs. I have drivers who have crossed N180K few times but the reality is, can they do N180K every week? NO. Can they do N150K every week? NO. Can they do N120K every week? Maybe but from experience, NO. N100K to N120K is the realistic gross income for a very hard working driver. Most drivers don't cross N80K per week. I know the partner and driver you are talking about and I can tell you it is possible once or twice but not consistently. Experienced partners who see those numbers will always laugh because they understand the system. If these N200, 000 numbers are possible weekly, then you won't see many partners offering their cars on Uber Finder. The reality is, those in the system know the business and what's possible. Thanks


akanniade10:
From my understanding, I believe both of you are right in your own way. Fanex is looking at it from an angle of 150k gross income or slightly more. I think 55-60k is attainable depending on hard work tho. At least there are big ballers that make over 200k weekly.

There is this particular partner and his driver that made over 200k weekly twice in less dan a month.... Don't wanna mention their names.

And as TokyoBulls rightly said, it's not constant but it can be attainable in a week or 2.

As a businessman, I would rather zero my mind to 50k weekly. That's why it's a business, if it comes more than that, Glory be to God!!!




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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by sekinatmi(f): 11:05am On Apr 27, 2016
Hi Tokyo ,
Pls can I have your no.I will call u right away
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:11am On Apr 27, 2016
Yes
sekinatmi:
Is Hyundai Grand 2015 good to go?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 11:12am On Apr 27, 2016
Please check your email. Thanks
sekinatmi:
Hi Tokyo ,
Pls can I have your no.I will call u right away
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by masterplan303(m): 4:51pm On Apr 27, 2016
TokyoBulls:


Thanks for your interest. From my perspective, there are four possible options:

1. The car owner is the same as the driver. In this case, the car owner is a partner-driver and the car must be 2009 or newer with less than 100,000 km mileage. The car must pass Uber car inspection (which takes place at Yaba or Lekki) and the partner-driver must possess Driver's License and Lagos State Drivers' Institute Card and go through Uber Drivers' Onboarding and pass the assessment.

2. The car owner hires a driver to use the car on Uber and earn an income. Same conditions for the car and driver. In this case, the partner (car owner) must have sufficient time, energy, skills, gut, etc to manage both the car and the driver to ensure optimal usage of the car and earnings.

3. The car owner appoints a registered Uber partner to manage the car and driver and get a fixed income for the car every week, usually on Saturdays. This is where my company plays. We have well-trained drivers and an operations team to ensure the cars are well used and only on Uber. We pay our clients a fixed amount for each car on Saturdays.

4. Hire-purchase or drive-to-own where the car owner gets a driver and the driver remits a fixed amount weekly to own the car at the end of a period.

You can buy very good pre-owned cars in great conditions. The cars do not have to be new. I am available to answer any further questions in order to guide you in this investment decision making.
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by TokyoBulls: 10:44pm On Apr 27, 2016
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masterplan303:

Thanks for your contribution on this post bro,please i will like to have your contact. kindly send your number to me on topbena at yahoo dot com...i have some pressing issues to discuss with you. thanks
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by akanniade10(m): 11:47pm On Apr 27, 2016
TokyoBulls:

I understand your points and where you come from but I have been on Uber for some time and my advice is from this. In Lagos, 50K net income every week is tough UNLESS the car is brand new and you don't need repairs. I have drivers who have crossed N180K few times but the reality is, can they do N180K every week? NO. Can they do N150K every week? NO. Can they do N120K every week? Maybe but from experience, NO. N100K to N120K is the realistic gross income for a very hard working driver. Most drivers don't cross N80K per week. I know the partner and driver you are talking about and I can tell you it is possible once or twice but not consistently. Experienced partners who see those numbers will always laugh because they understand the system. If these N200, 000 numbers are possible weekly, then you won't see many partners offering their cars on Uber Finder. The reality is, those in the system know the business and what's possible. Thanks



Noted and thanks for the Info. No knowledge is wasted. Hoping to join u guys by next month as a partner-driver, got few friends on Uber and am here learning a thing or two as well. Would love to join with a bigger ride tho, but my financial capacity can't go higher than the 2015 Grand Xcent (brand new).
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by masterplan303(m): 6:27am On Apr 28, 2016
TokyoBulls:
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by ibro2much(m): 12:38pm On Apr 28, 2016
Goodday tokyobull,
Would like to know if you accept 2009 tokunbo toyota corolla, and probably like to have your contact for further informations.
Thanks
Email: adedejiibrahim84@gmail.com

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