Minimizing Your Time Looking For A Shift

There are a few simple ways you can minimize your time spent looking for a shift. The simplest way is to consider the day of the week and the time of the block.  Certain blocks on certain days are just slow. Not as many drivers are needed, so not as many notifications go out. These will obviously … Continue reading Minimizing Your Time Looking For A Shift

Globally Positioning Yourself

The key to getting more blocks many times has to do with how long it takes you to get to the warehouse.  Technically you can check-in up to 14 minutes past the hour of your scheduled arrival time. *(Update, check-in is now no later than 5 minutes past the hour!)  Technically.  But you don't really want to … Continue reading Globally Positioning Yourself

Where Most Luck is Found

As mentioned before, getting a block depends a lot on luck.  We already discussed how your location can contribute to being lucky, so now I'll discuss the timeframes when the hustlers seem to be the luckiest... The timeframes I use below translate to a block that begins on an hour.  6am, 8am, 10am, Noon, 2pm and … Continue reading Where Most Luck is Found