Avoiding Uber: Building a Driving Business Without Private Hire

 

Uber has surged in popularity in recent years, quickly becoming one of the biggest employers in many cities across the world.

While this sort of service makes it easier to work for yourself, though, using your driving skills on something like this can often feel like a bit of a waste. You can earn more money, avoid dealing with customers, and have a better career by choosing other paths in this field, and this article is going to be showing you how to do it.

It’s never been easier to get a driving job without having to rely on apps like Uber.

 

Freight transport

 

Transporting goods across your local area is much more appealing to many people than Uber driving.

With so many people ordering items online, it’s easier than ever to find work in a role like this, especially when you’re willing to drive long distances.

This will be easiest if you have your own van or truck, but you can also use a car for this sort of work as long as your employer/contract holder is aware that your vehicle is small.

 

Driving tutors

 

Driving is getting increasingly important in the modern world, and it’s rare to find adults that can’t drive.

Of course, though, you have to learn how to use a vehicle before you can take on your life on the road, and this is something that most people need to be taught.

Working as a driving tutor can be an excellent way to pass your driving skills onto other people, providing them with everything they need to pass their test with flying colours.

Of course, though, you may need to find a company that will take you on to get a role like this.

 

 

An official driver

 

Some people don’t like the idea of driving loads of people around but don’t mind the thought of acting as a personal driver for someone specific.

Jobs like this can pay extremely well, with some people being willing to spend a small fortune on their driver when they are able to perform well enough.

This sort of work isn’t always advertised, and you may need to talk to other people to find the perfect role.

 

Camera operator

 

Camera cars are popping up all over the place at the moment. Google operates cars like this to take pictures for their Maps services, while local governments use similar tools to make sure that people aren’t breaking road laws.

Of course, though, they always need someone to drive this kit around, and this could be a job for you if you like spending time on the road. This sort of role isn’t always permanent, making it worth doing some research.

With all of this in mind, you should be feeling ready to take on the challenge of building a driving business without having to work for Uber.

It’s easy to assume that private hire is the only option you have when you’re looking for this kind of work, but this is rarely the case.

 

 

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