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I like that I know what I’m paying every time I travel to and from work, or other destinations I regularly travel to. Also, loading my account with miles makes it even better, because my trips are already paid for.
When I first learned about MILES I was excited, I always wondered why there were so many odd charges on my bill when I used Lyft. Now I see just two charges, the minimum fare and $1.65/mi - that’s it. I know exactly what I’m paying so I can budget my trips for the week much better. Plus there are no “Prime Time” charges, so I’m not paying extra for whatever reason.
My work schedule varies, but my fare stays the same. When I used to use Uber and Lyft, my bill was always different. I never knew if I was going to pay $7 or $13 to get just less than four miles to or from work.
I drive for MILES and I love it! My free time is worth more than just a few short, low paying trips. With MILES I can make a minimum of $150 a day and I can pick my work to make real extra money. I know when I start, when I’m done, how many miles I’ll travel, and most important how much I’ll make. They pay me well, but this is not a paid ad, I really enjoy how I earn with MILES.
I ride and drive with MILES, its a truly revolutionary service. Because I’m a driver I get a rate discount when riding. I really don’t understand how though, since their rates are already over 30% less than Uber and Lyft’s, but I’m not complaining. I highly recommend MILES, if you want to ride and save or drive and earn, its worth a try, see for yourself.
Ride sharing isn’t “new,” but with companies like this popping up and reinventing the industry so soon, it shows that there are lots of improvements to be made. I was reluctant to use ride sharing apps because of how unpredictable the costs were, MILES solved this problem for me in a big way. I wouldn’t travel around Philly any other way.