Seattle, WA, November 08, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The secrets to becoming a 5 star driver are no longer a secret.
Local Independent Filmmaker and Director of “3.11: Surviving Japan,” Christopher Robert Noland of Seattle, in partnership with Elite Ride Service Corporation of New York, will debut the newest ride share driver guide titled, “The 5 star Ride Share Driver Guide,” Nov 2, 2015 as part of a series by Elite Ride Service Corporation.
Noland, an award winning filmmaker at 311 Productions and former creative director for a Tokyo based design firm, was moonlighting as a rideshare driver to understand the flexibility and costs behind app based employment. Ride share or app based employment has come under fire recently for blurring the lines between employee and contractor. Currently Ride share drivers set their own hours.
“The 5 Star Driver Guide” is the newest guide for ride share drivers new and old, shared are secrets on how to keep their rating solid and to maximize your earnings. “You can make anywhere from minimum wage to $25 an hour on average depending on how you run your ride share business. The secret to maximizing your earnings is understanding your overall costs to operate and learning when and where to drive,” Noland said. “The tips presented in the book are ones of trial and error, that helped me improve my ratings and stay on the platform. It also aided me in driving at the right times to ensure the highest gross pay per hour,” said Noland.
The e-book version will be available exclusively on Amazon Kindle for the next 90days. The print edition will launch Monday November 9th, 2015.
Christopher Noland, award-winning director and author is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings contact the author. Elite Ride Service Corporation is a New York based transportation company.