Kyle Reninger sits in his car in Muncie. He drives for Uber part time, typically on weekend nights, so he is more likely to pick up surge prices, which earn him more money. He also drives for Lyft, an Uber competitor.
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Because of supply and demand, pay rates for Uber drivers shift. They never know how much they're going to make. To reach a goal, some drivers stay on the job at least 14 hours — sometimes longer.
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