ABOUT THIS PODCAST
RUN TNC is a podcast featuring four long time Lyft and Uber drivers. We share funny stories about life behind the wheel and the ups and downs of the rideshare industry. The podcast features tips, secrets, confessions, and strategies for the newbies-- with a fair share of rants and/or road rage for the old timers. Each episode is a revealing, informative, and hilarious conversation that merges business and comedy.
since Jan, 2016
In this week’s episode, Lyft tells L.A drivers to drive North to make money during the “Superb Owl”, barbecues and protests apparently go well together, Boston passengers get weird in Kris’ Creepy Craigslist Connections and Story Time with Fallon comes from one of our fans! Also in this week’s episode… Everyone thought the Big Game and protest was going to be amazing but, JK -nope! Prime Time can’t be trusted Rideshare drivers are turning into bandit cabs And who tried to jump out of a moving vehicle?? As usual, we always look forward to feedback, comments, and 5 star ratings so we don’t get off boarded. Comment below!
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