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The Chicago Driver's Guide to Rideshare Street Smarts: Busy Boulevards/Michigan Ave

I drive people to their destinations as I drive towards my destiny.

Frank Sinatra croons “State Street that great street” in his lyrical homage to Chicago. To me, Michigan Avenue is that great street when it comes to rideshare driving. It offers tremendous money-making opportunity.

Michigan Ave is not a boulevard for its whole length. Its non-boulevard south side trek flows practically uninterrupted from 31st Street towards the southernmost city limits. Here it runs north to south and includes

The Chicago Drivers' Guide to Rideshare Street Smarts: The Lake's Edge—Near South Side

James has driven rideshare good through all 77 Chicago neighborhoods.

The ten best rideshare driving locales include seven with Lake Michigan beach fronts. The remaining three rub elbows with Chicago River banks at some point. Near South Side shares a coast line with both the Chicago River and Lake Michigan.Its city center location flanked by Chicago’s premier waters draw residents, visitors and their rideshare demand.

Neighborhoods that provide two sources of extraordinary demand will make yo

The 10 Best Places to Make Money Rideshare Driving in Chicago

James drives people from here to there with nary a care when he drives Chicago rideshare. 9,000 trips by the 2019 new year.

The familiar mantra "location, location, location" is used to explain business success for everything from real estate to restaurants. Rideshare, the chauffeur on-demand service offered by Uber, Lyft, and Via follows the same model. Location matters.

Chicago is a city of neighborhoods. I've found the best way to get rideshare dollars is by going to the busiest areas. Here

Juneteenth: A Celebration of Freedom

James is a self-proclaimed history nerd who believes that for many Americans, Independence Day happens in June.

Juneteenth honors the official end of slavery in the United States of America and its territories. It is the oldest known observance that celebrates this historic event. Today, Juneteenth is designated as a commemorative observance holiday or legal holiday in the District of Columbia and 48 of the nation’s 50 states. Hawaii, and South Dakota are the only states that don't recognize it
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