Highs and lows of being an Uber and Lyft driver

Being a Lyft and Uber driver had its highs and lows. But I enjoyed myself with Lyft. (Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

At my last corporate job, and my current Toastmasters group, I kept running into co-workers and team members who were Uber or Lyft drivers.

Wear and tear on my own car and driving strangers around didn’t really appeal to me. Plus, I had never used Uber or Lyft; I always used Via.

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