When you're trying to manage different jobs all at once it often helps to have as much flexibility within your life as possible. Waive Work, a developer out of Santa Monica, wants to help maintain that flexibility for drivers.
No matter where someone is traveling to or where they might work, Waive Work's mobile app will allow you to earn your extra income. A customer can drive for either Lyft or Uber and won't need to own their own vehicle.
The company will provide their own rented hybrid cars at cheaper rates through car advertisements.
“Having the freestyle to just kind of clock in whenever I want to and make money whenever I want to, really gives me just a bit of peace of mind,” said Waive user David Zeller.
Maintaining a flexible schedule is just one benefit the company boasts. The aim is also to help reduce the amount of traffic on roadways, helping to improve the local community in Santa Monica.
“Santa Monica is on the forefront of new things especially like helping the environment,” he said.
Waive Work's developers and creators are focused on helping the environment, but also want to make finding good paying work easier and cheaper.
“There are a number of people who’d like to do Uber or Lyft but don’t necessarily have a car. So they’d like to do a car leasing program. So what we do is we provide them with a car at a very cheap and affordable rate that is supplemented by advertisement,” said Waive founder Chris McKenzie.
Zeller really enjoys being able to interact with the users of the ride-sharing service while he works.
“My favorite thing is the tourists. People that have never been to California and it’s their first time. I always feel very excited to just welcome them to this state, to this city, and I love sharing my excitement for this city,” Zeller said.
Zeller stated every day he works is a different experience and he enjoys being able to get around the city without having to commit to the long term burden of owning his own car.
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