What You Need to Know about Driving for Uber, Lyft…

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Drive Friendly with Steve & Felecia
Drive Friendly with Steve & Felecia
What You Need to Know about Driving for Uber, Lyft...
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Driving for Uber, Lyft, Instacart is a great way to make money on the side. But, the high miles, constant stop-and-go… is a nightmare of your car. The dealer that sold you that warranty – they know it. Your insurance – they know it to. If (more like when) you need any kind of serious service, they will look for and they will find the tell tale signs, and deny your claims.

But, there are ways to help your car better survive high-milage driving as well as ways to make sure your claims aren’t denied. Find out how – join us!

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Steve and Felecia do a solo show! It is all Rozansky!

1:10 – What is wrong with New York sports? The Jets are officially the worst team – have scored the fewest points and given up the most.

4:35 – Another By the Bucket update – so close to opening, but waiting for last shipments of equipment.

5:15 – Steve and Felecia recount their experience with their first true travel since the pandemic. JetBlue didn’t mess around requiring masks, and you have to be extra patient.

8:30 – What do you need to know about car repairs if you drive for companies like Uber, Lyft or Instacart? It impacts how often you need repairs. For example, you’re stopping more frequently so you need to service your brakes more frequently. If automotive dealerships find out you work for one of these organizations, they may waive your warranty – deny your claim. But, you can typically solve this by buying an extra addendum.

12:20 – It’s the end of the Drive Friendly, Arrive Safely campaign! We remind you to drive safe this Halloween.

13:25 – Steve is seeing an increase in car repairs because folks are avoiding buying new cars. If you’ve been avoiding repairs and waiting on new cars to come in at a better price, don’t wait! Get your car fixed.

15:56 – Is it bad to run your car down to empty on gas? If you go too low, your gas pump can overheat and Steve does not recommend it.

29:20 – Felecia reminds us of the most important things to consider when trying to drive safe – drive slow, wear your seatbelt, avoid the no-zone around trucks, take breaks on long drives, don’t rush if you are close to missing a turn, drive defensively, don’t text and drive, and don’t drive under the influence.

37:14 – Felecia updates us on the Arizona housing market. They expect interest rates to climb a bit, but housing prices aren’t going to go down for at least a year. The rate of increase, however, is slowing.

42:22 – When you want to move and realize that you are going to have to buy a new house that is more expensive, there are lots of ways you can improve your existing home to make it more palatable to stay in your current home. It’s a great time to do landscaping so in 2-3 years your house will be even easier to sell.

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