This is insane!
In this economy, almost everyone has a side hustle to earn some extra cash. While some start small online businesses, others join ride-sharing apps and work on the weekends.
Grab drivers can earn quite a decent income on the side, depending on how many rides they accept, and this Grab driver from Singapore certainly proved that when he shared a recent post on ProDriver Inc, a Facebook group for Grab drivers in the country.
In the post, he explained that he had challenged himself to work 24 hours straight in efforts to earn SGD$1,000 (approx. RM2,985) in a day. Although he didn’t hit his target, he got really close and earned a whopping SGD$912! (approx. RM2,722). That’s as much as some people’s salaries, wei!
“I strongly advise against driving for such long hours because it’s a danger to yourself and your rider.”
In a second video, he documented his first break of the day, where he stopped to fill petrol at 10.30am. He had already earned SGD$456 (approx. RM1,361) by that time. Impressive!
In his final video, he had updated that he already completed the full 24 hours at 12.02am on Tuesday (14th August). He added that his fellow drivers from the Facebook group have also shown a lot of support for him taking on this challenge, as one of his driver friends had even bought food for him.
Many drivers in the group were understandably impressed by his accomplishment and asked him to teach them his ways. Teach us too, master!
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