How Much do Lyft Drivers Make in San Francisco?

How much money do Lyft drivers make in San Francisco (2020 update)?

Lyft Pay San Francisco 2020 – San Francisco Lyft driver Salary Estimates

How much do Lyft drivers make in San Francisco? Below, we explore the question of how much Lyft drivers make in San Francisco, California per year.

Our estimate for a Lyft drivers salary in San Francisco is $31,668.00.

Lyft Driver Hours in San Francisco.

An average trip for a Lyft driver pays out approximately $10.15 in the San Francisco region (and the surrounding Bay Area), and Lyft drivers are often able to complete about two full trips per hour (i.e., equating to a total of $20.30).

Assuming an average Lyft driver works about thirty hours per week, the total earnings of a San Francisco Lyft driver equate to approximately $609.00 p/w — making a year’s salary $31,668.00.

Lyft San Francisco – Expenses & Commission

A Lyft driver’s revenue in San Francisco is a gross salary estimate (and does not factor in Lyft’s commission, or other operating costs, including vehicle maintenance, taxes, fuel).

However, costs differ significantly by vehicle (and driver) – income also depends, to a large degree, on when & where Lyft drivers choose to drive.

For drivers who target popular areas of San Francisco, income will likely be higher. Driving a hybrid or electric vehicle may help mitigate some of a driver’s operating costs, increasing their yearly revenue income.

Best Locations for Lyft Drivers in San Francisco:
  • Downtown San Francisco
  • Fisherman’s Wharf
  • Golden Gate Park
  • Haight-Ashbury
  • Land’s End
  • Noe Valley
  • NoPa
  • North Beach
  • Ocean Beach
  • Pacific Heights
  • Potrero Hill
  • Presidio
  • Soma
  • The Marina
  • The Mission

how much do lyft drivers make in san francisco

Best Times for Lyft Drivers in San Francisco:

Weekend/Friday & Saturday Nights:

  • 9.00pm – 1.15am

Weekday:

  • Morning: 6.00am-11.30am
  • Evening: 5.00pm-7.30pm

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