driver even had my regular job?

Before pandemic started I sed to do Lyft and Uber as extra income, can I apply for the EIDL as a part time rideshare driver even had my regular job?

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May 4, 2020 7:08 AM

As part of our global efforts to help support drivers and delivery people during the COVID-19 crisis, we’re working to gather up-to-date information about government financial support that you may be eligible for and how you can request it.

June 7, 2020 4:12 PM

Uber advertises to drivers that they will work for themselves. Driving for Uber is flexible, with the driver in control, according to the company’s website. Interested drivers just download the driving app and complete a “sign-up” process that requires only that drivers have a valid driver’s license and insurance and “complete a background screening.” The company states that drivers set their own hours and may “cash out” after each trip (up to five times per day on the app). So one can manage uber driving with another job

June 9, 2020 2:40 PM

You can drive when and where you want. It is all up to you. Most drivers for either Lyft or Uber are weekend or part time drivers. They drive ti supplement their full time job or school hours.

July 25, 2020 6:31 PM

Yeah you can drive as much or as little as you want. If you only want to offer your service for a few hours a week, that is up to you. I only drive on the weekends myself.

July 25, 2020 6:48 PM

I know a few people who work only on weekends and only take long distance journeys such as to the airport. Riders seem to tip more for longer distances in my experience.


Anyway, there's no requirement so work whenever you can.

July 27, 2020 12:23 AM