The leading ridesharing company Uber is constantly expanding (and at times, diminishing) its worldwide market of various locations you can experience Uber.
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Here are the changes to Uber service locations I noticed in the past 30 days:
Panama City, Florida, USA
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See Uber’s full list of cities and countries it serves: https://www.uber.com/cities
So, if you haven’t tried Uber, what are you waiting for!? I use Uber every chance I get when I travel and have had few issues. For the far majority of the time, I have found it to be convenient, clean, and safe(r).
Here’s $20 to get started if you haven’t tried Uber for yourself. FREE $20 to start New users only; both the person being referred and the person referring receive a $20 credit. Thank you if you do use my link!
And if you really feel adventurous… or just need to earn some extra cash on YOUR schedule… why not become a driver!?
WANT TO BECOME A DRIVER?
If you’re considering becoming an Uber driver, NOW is the time! The pool of tech-savy, smart-phone owning users is constantly expanding, keeping demand high.
Must be 21 years old and pass a background check. Drivers are screened against criminal records, the National Sex Offender Registry, and driving records (no DUI, reckless driving, driving without insurance, or a suspended license). Car must be less than 10 years old, have four doors and cannot be rebuilt or have a salvage title.
Become an Uber Driver now to earn a new driver referral bonus to $100!
New drivers only; both the person being referred and the person referring receive credit.
Steps to your bonus:
- Sign up here
- Upload all required documents and photos to the UberPartner website (it’s all easy to do online)
- Link your bank account for payment direct deposit (optional)
- Drive 20 trips (normally only takes 2-4 hours of driving)
I would add, study the maps and routes around your service area, as you cannot always trust the mapping app to guide you (and your customer) perfectly or efficiently. Poor routes are the #1 reported complaint from riders.
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