How much I earned delivering food for UberEats – By Rideshare Genius

How much I earned delivering food for UberEats – By Rideshare Genius

UberEats is the food delivery part of Uber (the ride-sharing app) – Drivers collect and deliver food to addresses in exchange for money. This video follows a potential side hustle you could do in your spare time but it’s important to consider the tax, insurance and fuel parts of being a self-employed Uber driver before you jump straight into it.

This video is based on US UberEats but we suspect it’s the same or very similar in the UK.

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