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Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by Seasonc19821987: 1:20pm On Jul 25, 2019
Pls I will appreciate advice from anyone who has tangible fact about the Uber business. I want to go into it and I want to know if it is still lucrative as it was.
I will appreciate an advice on this, I’m not asking for much from it cause i have other sauce of income, all i want is just 10k to 20k weekly and my plan is to drive it on Saturdays and Sundays.
Pls help with advice if you are Uber driver or if you have relative that is still in the business

Thanks �
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by healthserve(m): 1:44pm On Jul 25, 2019
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by kajoula(m): 3:18pm On Jul 25, 2019
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by samintegrity(m): 7:25pm On Jul 25, 2019
I think so, but hopefully someone who still runs uber will give you a better insight

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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by Seasonc19821987: 8:38am On Jul 27, 2019
Okay bro.. Thanks
samintegrity:
I think so, but hopefully someone who still runs uber will give you a better insight
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 8:26am On Aug 15, 2019
I have spoken to many car owners and seem they all want between 30k - 35k weekly delivery or no Deal. Considering the many challenges that comes with driving on Lagos roads, I don't want to start mentioning them as that is a topic for another day. Can one commit himself to a HP deal where you are expected to make weekly payment of 30k to 35k? If you DEDUCT your weekly 30k or 35k for OWNER/HIRE PURCHASE, How much will you have left?


Maybe this is possible when you have your own car and not obligated to make delivery or payment for a Hire Purchase plan. I am asking for those who don't own a car of their own; do weekly rentals/delivery or are on HIRE PURCHASE.

I hear sales/rides on Uber/Bolt is falling and fares are reducing drastically
Drivers stay hours without seeing a request
Trips that used to be like 4k before have been reduced to like 2k or 2500k now so riders can be happy(this done specifically to please riders) by Uber/Bolt
What is therefore the gain of drivers.


I am new to this, I don't want to go into a deal I may not be able to meet up at the end of the day and labeled all sorts of names because I can't deliver. What advice can Uber drivers in the House share on this TREND that can help me make my final decision in the coming days?
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by hefelove(m): 1:21pm On Aug 15, 2019
Seasonc19821987:
Pls I will appreciate advice from anyone who has tangible fact about the Uber business. I want to go into it and I want to know if it is still lucrative as it was.
I will appreciate an advice on this, I’m not asking for much from it cause i have other sauce of income, all i want is just 10k to 20k weekly and my plan is to drive it on Saturdays and Sundays.
Pls help with advice if you are Uber driver or if you have relative that is still in the business

Thanks �
I'm looking for a car to drive o even if its Monday to Friday and I deliver to you u can do your weekends, last time I wasvin uber office at Maryland, an uber driver I met there adviced me that I should let any one giving me a car knows that if I should see anyone that wants to travel outside Lagos that I should accept it cos it pays better
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by Adortem: 1:31pm On Aug 15, 2019
A registered Uber driver is needed around Lekki County,you would be provided with a car. Please,call 08139498477 immediately to apply.
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 8:25am On Aug 16, 2019
Uber drivers in the house, we need your take on this trend
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by instinctg(m): 7:56pm On Aug 17, 2019
Actually thinking of this too
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by Daviestunech(m): 8:14pm On Aug 17, 2019
Yes it's very lucrative, because I do see alot of pple going into the business.

I will also like to go into it too,but unfortunately my Toyota Camry has a v6 engine which is not good for the business.

Or is it advisable to use a 2004 Toyota Camry v6 engine for the business?
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 10:27pm On Aug 17, 2019
You go spend all your money on fuel. Try sell n get a 4 plug. Or you can try itself and see if you can still makes sales

Daviestunech:
Yes it's very lucrative, because I do see alot of pple going into the business.

I will also like to go into it too,but unfortunately my Toyota Camry has a v6 engine which is not good for the business.

Or is it advisable to use a 2004 Toyota Camry v6 engine for the business?
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by Alvin70: 3:08pm On Aug 18, 2019
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 9:22am On Aug 27, 2019
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 7:40am On Sep 12, 2019
How are you all feeling today? No matter your situation, SMILE
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 3:20am On Dec 08, 2021
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by twinskenny(m): 5:15pm On Dec 08, 2021
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by Timagex(m): 7:39pm On Dec 08, 2021
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Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 8:22am On Dec 09, 2021
I don't have cash to buy at the moment. I can only afford Rental or Hire Purchase.
Re: Is The Uber Business Still Lucrative In Lagos? by murphyfada(m): 1:13am On Dec 10, 2021
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