My Top 10 Uber and Lyft Rides of 2017

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Have you ever wondered how much Uber and Lyft's drivers can make in a single ride? 

In this post, you will get to see my top 10 Uber and Lyft rides of 2017. 

All of the rides you will see where made capable because of surge (Uber) and Lyft (primetime). Surge/primetime are pricing algorithm systems that compares rider demand to driver supply. When there is a high demand for Uber and Lyft drivers prices per fare increase to 2x, 3x and sometimes more. 

I have provided the surge/primetime rate in each of the rides below plus other information as well.

If you personally have any bigger rides than me, feel free to post them in the comment section. I know many Uber and Lyft drivers have huge rides and I would love to see them.

 

 

Number One Ride of 2017: Lyft

(Morning Rush Hour Commute)

(San Francisco to Mountain View)

Total Payment: $191.54

Primetime: 250% (3.5x)

Time Driven: 1 hr 26 min

Total Miles: 37.61 miles

 

Number Two Ride of 2017: Uber

(Afternoon Rush Hour Commute)

(San Francisco to San Jose)

Total Payment: $128.74

Surge: 2.0x

Time Driven: 1 hr 07 min

Total Miles: 56.59 miles

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Number Three Ride of 2017: Uber

(Late Afternoon Rush Hour Commute Home)

(San Francisco to Campbell)

Total Payment: $114.55

Surge: 1.9x

Time Driven: 0 hr 58 min

Total Miles: 54.13 miles

 

Number Four Ride of 2017: Lyft

(Midday Friday Off Work Early Ride)

(San Francisco to Hayward)

Total Payment: $101.10

Primetime: 100% (2.0x)

Time Driven: 1 hr 16 min

Total Miles: 34.67 miles

 

Number Five Ride of 2017: Uber

(Morning Rush Hour Commute)

(San Francisco to Menlo Park)

Total Payment: $100.28

Surge: 2.1x

Time Driven: 1 hr 12 min

Total Miles: 44.79 miles

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Number Six Ride of 2017: Uber

(Afternoon Rush Hour Commute)

(San Francisco to San Ramon)

Total Payment: $101.10

Surge: 1.8x

Time Driven: 1 hr 16 min

Total Miles: 34.67 miles

Number Seven Ride of 2017: Lyft

(Late Night After Dinner Commute)

(Palo Alto to San Mateo)

Total Payment: $98.20

Primetime: 300% (4.0x)

Time Driven: 0 hr 24 min

Total Miles: 17.27 miles

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Number Eight Ride of 2017: Lyft

(Morning Rush Hour Commute)

(San Francisco to Palo Alto)

Total Payment: $93.66

Primetime: 100% (2.0x)

Time Driven: 0 hr 54 min

Total Miles: 36.82 miles

 

Number Nine Ride of 2017: Lyft

(Morning Rush Hour Commute)

(San Francisco to Mountain View)

Total Payment: $92.38

Primetime: 75% (1.75x)

Time Driven: 1 hr 02 min

Total Miles: 40.60 miles

 

Number Ten Ride of 2017: Lyft

(Stanford Football Game)

(Palo Alto to Campbell)

Total Payment: $91.36

Primetime: 200% (3.0x)

Time Driven: 0 hr 25 min

Total Miles: 21.08 miles

 

Again, if you personally have any bigger rides than me, feel free to post them in the comment section!

 

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Sean Marsland

Sean Marsland is the Six Figure Driver. Currently, he is located in California in the Bay Area. He loves entrepreneurial opportunities. Apart from rideshare driving and website developing, he is into personal fitness and outdoor activities.