Hi All, Jesper here. So we are called the GR Rideshare Adventures after all, so I figured I would share 2 adventures from my nights in GR. These are both kinda old, and 1 is good, and the other is the night I learned to be better about confirming the passenger before I let them in my vehicle… at least when they look scary!

Enjoy and stay Safe!


He wasn’t even able to walk straight as he came towards the vehicle... That should have been my first clue!

Last spring, I picked up a very inebriated college student from downtown Grand Rapids. He needed to get back to Grand Valley State University student housing in Allendale. When I stopped to pick him up, it took him awhile to find me, and even longer to get into my vehicle.

Below is a list of items that we feel are important for rideshare drivers to keep in their cars while out driving. Having these items will help you clean up your car fast when you have an incident, and get you back out on the road earning money.

This is a follow-up blog to This. Make sure you read this first or as well to get the full story.

Recently, Jason picked up an active duty young man enlisted in the Air Force who was going home on leave - to Traverse City. This was Jason’s longest ride to date. The passenger was not 25 years old yet, and was denied the ability to rent a car. It seems the rental companies are not making it easy to rent a vehicle these days.