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You have decided ridesharing is for you, and you either do not have a suitable vehicle, or do not want to greatly devalue your own vehicle. So, what's next?
Below are 2 easy-to-understand charts to help you determine which option makes the most sense for you, and your personal situation. Let's look at a new vehicle comparison first:
Now let’s look at a used vehicle comparison:
After looking at all of the benefits, and disadvantages, one might wonder what direction to go in. Especially since your decisions today will dictate your success, or failure, with ridesharing. There are an untold amount of combinations that could make you a very successful entrepreneur, or another failed rideshare driver. With so many things to consider, it seems the best combination from above would be:
We have formed a partnership with a dealership in the Southern California area and have developed a program that fits all of the above parameters. Any inquiries can be directed to email@example.com. There is a large selection of vehicles that qualify for the UberX program, and more come in every week. We make sure that the driving community will have the best chance to make the most amount of money!ee comparing buying or leasing your rideshare vehicle
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