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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by jayooh: 6:35am On Sep 21, 2018
iyaegin:


Xkiss sah, there in minimum fare already of at least N300 on Uber in case u missed it.riders would naturally complain if minimum fare is too high.am sure Uber would have done their market survey too as well...

Before now, I think minimum fare and cancellation fee were 1000

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by ifyeez: 8:27am On Sep 21, 2018
iyaegin:


Xkiss sah, there in minimum fare already of at least N300 on Uber in case u missed it.riders would naturally complain if minimum fare is too high.am sure Uber would have done their market survey too as well...
Base fare and minimum fare is different bro, it's pretty annoying driving all the way, chasing trip they end up getting trip to be 300 or 400.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by lexylexy(m): 9:08am On Sep 21, 2018
Mjosh1000:
Who else has noticed no more wait time on uber


There's still wait time. You'll only see wait time if you actually waited for the rider.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by lexylexy(m): 9:10am On Sep 21, 2018
jayooh:

Before now, I think minimum fare and cancellation fee were 1000
1000 minimum fare never existed.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Jomandi13(m): 10:46am On Sep 21, 2018
Hello forum members,
I am expecting a 2007 Honda Accord from the US. in two months time,will be willing to use it for Uber/Taxify.I want to know if there are any current changes in policy on vehicle registration on Uber/Taxify. What are the Maintenance challenges on the vehicle.Your candid advice will be appreciated,thanks.
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by jayooh: 11:55am On Sep 21, 2018
lexylexy:


1000 minimum fare never existed.

OK. What was minimum fare before the 40% slash in fares?

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 12:24pm On Sep 21, 2018
oluwaseunla:


If you are not driving for yourself, it isn't. Not recently. Except you want to wait for like two years before making just capital alone. Then you can start talking of profit. Problem is, you don't even know if your car will still be around in two years.


really?

how much do drivers pay weekly?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 12:25pm On Sep 21, 2018
Chuwaa:


The answer is 6 vs 9


depending on perspective and who you ask right?

I want obtain a loan to purchase a car just for uber.. do u think its a good idea?
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 12:26pm On Sep 21, 2018
Tgiirl:


Yes, only that new investors just won recoup their capital within a short period. Ehailing is not MMM

Please explain further. Couldnt get ya point
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Stake2odds: 1:22pm On Sep 21, 2018
lexylexy:


1000 minimum fare never existed.

you are wrong, 1000 was the minimum

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by mymotong: 1:59pm On Sep 21, 2018
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by oluwaseunla(m): 2:53pm On Sep 21, 2018
Phranex:



really?

how much do drivers pay weekly?

Between 30-35k weekly, with owner being responsible for repairs and maintenance.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by lexylexy(m): 3:15pm On Sep 21, 2018
Stake2odds:

you are wrong, 1000 was the minimum

Really? when was that?

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 4:02pm On Sep 21, 2018
oluwaseunla:


Between 30-35k weekly, with owner being responsible for repairs and maintenance.

can i employ a driver and register him on uber?

he would receive salary/wage at the end of the month.


is that a possiblibilty
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Tgiirl(m): 4:21pm On Sep 21, 2018
Phranex:


can i employ a driver and register him on uber?

he would receive salary/wage at the end of the month.


is that a possiblibilty


Only scammers will expect a driver to drive on uber/Taxify for a month to pay him salary.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Nobody: 4:27pm On Sep 21, 2018
Tgiirl:



Only scammers will expect a driver to drive on uber/Taxify for a month to pay him salary.
grin

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by pafo(m): 4:50pm On Sep 21, 2018
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 5:02pm On Sep 21, 2018
Tgiirl:



Only scammers will expect a driver to drive on uber/Taxify for a month to pay him salary.

what do u mean?

its my car and i will be in charge of maintaining, right ? I will insure it (my money). All they will do is drive. Yet u drivers want to remit peanuts weekly..

Transport companies who ply interstates employ drivers.. why should uber be different?

If i plan having 5 or more cars on uber, you think i will give them out to greedy drivers to balance me weekly while i maintain the car.. All their work is to drive and get the juicy part of the business while they remit only 30k. You dont call that scam abi..


Look, having drivers ride my car is empowerment to them... they are not doing me a favour by driving my cars...

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by GBfleet1: 5:24pm On Sep 21, 2018
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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by obisite: 5:24pm On Sep 21, 2018
Phranex:


what do u mean?

its my car and i will be in charge of maintaining, right ? I will insure it (my money). All they will do is drive. Yet u drivers want to remit peanuts weekly..

Transport companies who ply interstates employ drivers.. why should uber be different?

If i plan having 5 or more cars on uber, you think i will give them out to greedy drivers to balance me weekly while i maintain the car.. All their work is to drive and get the juicy part of the business while they remit only 30k. You dont call that scam abi..


Look, having drivers ride my car is empowerment to them... they are not doing me a favour by driving my cars...




Maybe you need to take out time n read many pages behind,, if you've have done that.. I doubt if your previous question, n this your reply above will suffice...

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Nobody: 5:48pm On Sep 21, 2018
Phranex:


what do u mean?

its my car and i will be in charge of maintaining, right ? I will insure it (my money). All they will do is drive. Yet u drivers want to remit peanuts weekly..

Transport companies who ply interstates employ drivers.. why should uber be different?

If i plan having 5 or more cars on uber, you think i will give them out to greedy drivers to balance me weekly while i maintain the car.. All their work is to drive and get the juicy part of the business while they remit only 30k. You dont call that scam abi..


Look, having drivers ride my car is empowerment to them... they are not doing me a favour by driving my cars...
Different businesses with each model of operations.
And did I hear you say all they do is drive?
Ok they only drive but there are many risks and stress involved.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 5:53pm On Sep 21, 2018
brogxy:

Different businesses with each model of operations.

So what's wrong with having a new model .

Isn't uber the first model of its kind

There was no on demand cab service before uber.


Besides the only difference is that transport companies run inter states while uber is intra states

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 5:55pm On Sep 21, 2018
obisite:





Maybe you need to take out time n read many pages behind,, if you've have done that.. I doubt if your previous question, n this your reply above will suffice...


The pages are much bro. Could u please tell me what I have missed?

I want to buy cars to be used on uber and Taxify and that is the model i wish to use

What's wrong with it

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by drizzle25(m): 6:01pm On Sep 21, 2018
@ phranex

The driver and the car owner are partners in progress.

You talk about remitting 30k weekly to you. You believe its so easy to drive about. Why do corporations employ drivers to drive their executives? Oga . its not class or status.

Driving for extended periods interferes with the creative and critical functions of the brain.

You think 30k will drop without some real physical driving efforts from the driver ?

Let me give it you straight up
"YOU are not empowering anyone by bringing your car to the platform. Its a win - win

Without the efforts of the driver, you can't make money .

I think you should try and drive on the uber/ taxify platform for a day so as to correct the erroneous impression that you are helping the driver.

No Sir , you help yourself.

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 6:05pm On Sep 21, 2018
brogxy:

Different businesses with each model of operations.

This is the model I wish to run..

I will buy the cars, buy phones.. register them on uber myself. Get drivers and register each driver to a phone and a car on uber.

Now I have the accounts of all my drivers. I know how much they are all making daily..

My drivers will be allowed to have lunch and buy fuel off the previous days job.

All my drivers will have a unique corporate uniform so that passengers will quickly recognize my cars.
At the end of the month, I pay them salary...


I need someone to tell me why this model will not work...

The current uber drivers are thieves and grow fat off someones resources


With my model,

Everyone is happy.
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by drizzle25(m): 6:14pm On Sep 21, 2018
@ phranex

I suggest you do it yourself.

Stop putting all uber drivers in one box.

Putting uniforms on drivers! grin

The typical Nigerian employer

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 6:15pm On Sep 21, 2018
drizzle25:
@ phranex

The driver and the car owner are partners in progress.

You talk about remitting 30k weekly to you. You believe its so easy to drive about. Why do corporations employ drivers to drive their executives? Oga . its not class or status.

Driving for extended periods interferes with the creative and critical functions of the brain.

You think 30k will drop without some real physical driving efforts from the driver ?

Let me give it you straight up
"YOU are not empowering anyone by bringing your car to the platform. Its a win - win

Without the efforts of the driver, you can't make money .

I think you should try and drive on the uber/ taxify platform for a day so as to correct the erroneous impression that you are helping the driver.

No Sir , you help yourself.



Why don't drivers make the money and purchase a car if that is easier than driving the car?

Uber drivers feed fat on others sweat.

I'm a young guy who is losing sleep and denying himself pleasures so he could save up to buy a good on uber . yet theres a driver out there who wants to remit a fraction of my car earnings weekly and top of that, he still wants me to maintain the car off the peanuts he calls remittance.



As someone above puts it, it will take 2 years to break even on a 30k weekly remittance..


What sort of rubbish is that. Whereas on a bad day, a driver can make 15k... This is just wickedness
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by ephbe(m): 6:18pm On Sep 21, 2018
Phranex:


what do u mean?

its my car and i will be in charge of maintaining, right ? I will insure it (my money). All they will do is drive. Yet u drivers want to remit peanuts weekly..

Transport companies who ply interstates employ drivers.. why should uber be different?

If i plan having 5 or more cars on uber, you think i will give them out to greedy drivers to balance me weekly while i maintain the car.. All their work is to drive and get the juicy part of the business while they remit only 30k. You dont call that scam abi..


Look, having drivers ride my car is empowerment to them... they are not doing me a favour by driving my cars...

I cant wait to see how people answer ur question, meanwhile, read through the pages, there lies answers to ur questions

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 6:24pm On Sep 21, 2018
drizzle25:
@ phranex

I suggest you do it yourself.

Stop putting all uber drivers in one box.

Putting uniforms on drivers! grin

The typical Nigerian employer


The first guy who gave out his car made a mistake by accepting remittance....

I'm just imagining drivers on gjg motors preaching for weekly remittance against salary.


Before uber, cab service drivers were employed.


Because the first guy made a mistake , you lot now think its your right to remit...
Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Phranex(m): 6:29pm On Sep 21, 2018
ephbe:


I cant wait to see how people answer ur question, meanwhile, read through the pages, there lies answers to ur questions

Unfortunately its uber drivers that answers me...

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Re: If You Are Uber Partner In Lagos, Please Share Your Experience Here by Tgiirl(m): 6:29pm On Sep 21, 2018
Phranex:


what do u mean?

its my car and i will be in charge of maintaining, right ? I will insure it (my money). All they will do is drive. Yet u drivers want to remit peanuts weekly..

Transport companies who ply interstates employ drivers.. why should uber be different?

If i plan having 5 or more cars on uber, you think i will give them out to greedy drivers to balance me weekly while i maintain the car.. All their work is to drive and get the juicy part of the business while they remit only 30k. You dont call that scam abi..


Look, having drivers ride my car is empowerment to them... they are not doing me a favour by driving my cars...

Yes its your car, buh u re not the one bringing in requests or riders

Transport companies. Do ve an office, controls and bring in the riders, fuel, maintain, and covers all expenses. In this case, if there is a low turn thru out the month, driver still gets paid

And for a partner to think he can handle all DAT and still pay a driver at the end of a month with d low requests. It is a scam cos no partner will pay a driver from his own pocket if inflow is not in excess.

Do ur homework b4 u start. Average of 100k weekly consistently seem impossible, tho possible. Ie 400k gross a month

Debit uber 25% u left with 300k or Taxify 15% u left with 340k

Debit fueling 25k a week ie 100k a month (for low consuming car like corollas) uber, u left with 200k or Taxify 240k

Since u re paid salary, u will cover fees for toll, call cards, data for a month. 4000 call card a month, 2000 data a month, toll 10,000 a month ( ie d driver must not use the toll gate for more than 50times a month if possible. Ie twice a day for 25days only)= 16k a month....
So uber, u left with 184k or Taxify 224k abi

Maintenance, using cheap oil servicing ..total let say 10k only plus oil filter change. Uber u left with 174k and Taxify u left with 214k

Other repairs ... Let say u lucky every month. 0 naira spent



Now; for the analysis above.

You can only net 174k on uber a month and 214k a month if you driver makes an average of 100k weekly o

Therefore, how much do u intend to pay the driver?
Feeding allowance, thank God Taxify covers health and that if he did 200 trips d pervious month?

You all call 30k weekly peanut ie total of 120k a month. ( let say u remove 120k for uber, u left with 54k or taxify , u left 94k)

Will u pay a driver 54k or 94k a month? When 30kk weekly is peanut to u. SCAM ALERT

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