Carlos Silva, a driver for ride-hailing services in San Francisco, April 25, 2015. SherpaShare allows drivers to use their daily income, number of fares, working hours, expenses and mileage to determine their net pay and determine what driving patterns are most profitable for them. “Since I started using Sherpa, with a tap I can see detailed information on how I am doing, how much I’m making,” said Silva.
Carlos Silva, a driver for ride-hailing services in San Francisco, April 25, 2015. SherpaShare allows drivers to use their daily income, number of fares, working hours, expenses and mileage to determine their net pay and determine what driving patterns are most profitable for them. “Since I started using Sherpa, with a tap I can see detailed information on how I am doing, how much I’m making,” said Silva. CARLOS CHAVARRIA NYT
Carlos Silva, a driver for ride-hailing services in San Francisco, April 25, 2015. SherpaShare allows drivers to use their daily income, number of fares, working hours, expenses and mileage to determine their net pay and determine what driving patterns are most profitable for them. “Since I started using Sherpa, with a tap I can see detailed information on how I am doing, how much I’m making,” said Silva. CARLOS CHAVARRIA NYT

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