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Steven J.

Uber, Lyft | Moreno Valley, CA

I can easily juggle my time between jobs as needed

I am semi-retired, and let's face it Social Security just doesn't pay enough to make a living. I have my own business as a Notary Public, I also work for a contractor part-time doing disaster inspections, but that's only a few weeks during the year, and there are some years that I never get called in. By driving as an independent contractor for UBER, and LYFT I can easily juggle my time between jobs as needed without fear of losing any work. My main reason for driving is to help get people home or where ever they are going safely. When I first started to drive it was because as a mobile Notary it afforded me the chance to make extra money after I did a notary. It also allows me to hopefully get a family home safely that may not be in my car, but because the person I'm driving may have been drinking. I like to think that I've saved a lot of lives because of that. If the law changes, and I have to become an employee I will probably have to give up driving, and that will mean more people will be drinking and driving. Oh and by the way, my mother was killed by a drunk driver, and my wife was hit head-on by a drunk driver, so I have a valid reason for wanting to help get people home safely.

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