The Rideshare Guy Blog & Podcast
The Rideshare Guy Blog & Podcast is a community for rideshare drivers (Uber and Lyft) to learn about the industry, entrepreneurship, and more.
This summer, Lyft announced a commitment to reach 100% electric vehicles on the Lyft platform by 2030. Listen to learn more about the impacts of EVs on the rideshare industry.
Harry listens and reacts to the Pivot episode featuring Uber's CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi.
Nick Katz of Kover.ai joins Harry to talk about benefits for gig workers. Learn more at RideshareGuy.com/GetKover.
Host of First Class Fatherhood, Alec Lace, joins Harry to talk about lessons learned from podcasting, driving for Uber & Lyft, working full-time, and being a dad.
Uber's CEO, Dara Khosrowshahi, joins Harry Campbell for an enlightening discussion on potential benefits for Uber drivers.
If you have questions about insurance in the mobility space, then you won't want to miss this episode with Ed Walker, the national practice leader of Micro Mobility and Shared Economy for USI Insurance services.
Learn more about renting or listing your motorcycle on Riders-Share.com!
Do Seattle Uber and Lyft Drivers really earn $23.25/hr? Hear more about the "Platform Driving in Seattle" study from author Louis Hyman.
Jonah Bliss, Vice President of New Media & Marketing for CoMotion, joins Harry to discuss the impacts of the current pandemic on live events.
Scott Lieberman is your host again this week and chats with Khaled Naim of Onfleet.
Harry turns over the mic to Scott Lieberman, COO at The Rideshare Guy. Scott's guest is Wayne Lin, COO and Co-founder of GetUpside.
One of the trends that's been accelerated by this pandemic is food delivery. Today, Harry is going to be talking with an expert on food delivery and tech named Matt Newberg from a media outlet called HUNGRY TV.
Today's guest is Andrew Macdonald, Senior Vice President of Mobility and Business Operations at Uber. More importantly, he is currently leading Uber's cross-functional taskforce in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
On today's show, Harry talks with Joseph Woodbury, CEO/Founder of Neighbor.
Uber just released their 1st quarter 2020 earnings report. And I figured it's about time that I sat down with an expert and really dove into the earnings report and figured out what we need to be looking at when it comes to these disclosures that public companies like Uber and Lyft, and others in the gig economy are making and we'll be making lots more of in the future. Charles Zvibleman joins me for this insightful conversation.
Alex Vickers is a micromobility veteran with a decade of experience at Uber, JUMP, and Motivate. Connect with him at IAmVickers.com
Today I'll be chatting with senior Rideshare Guy contributor Jay Cradeur. He's been covering the Coronavirus and really its effect on drivers, the unemployment programs very carefully and doing lots of content for us over on the YouTube channel and also the blog.
Today I'll be speaking with Tarani Duncan of Astral Cowboy which provides consulting services for last mile logistics, shared mobility providers, and the platforms that empower them.
Today we'll be talking with Will Coleman of Alto, a ride sharing service based in Dallas, Texas that's looking to redefine the rideshare experience. Well, at least that was their tagline until recently. We recorded this episode on Thursday, March 26. And we chat all about how they are dealing with Corona virus and how they've actually really pivoted their business to delivery in these times.
Today, I'll be talking with Bryant Greening, co-founder of LegalRideshare, the only law firm in the US entirely dedicated to Uber and Lyft accident and injury claim.
Jonathan Knope, periodic contributor to The Rideshare Guy blog and YouTube Channel, joins us today to talk about his journey in the long haul truck driving world.
Sergio, one of our regular commenters on the blog, joins us to share his strategies to maximize his earnings with Uber.