By Now This is the story that makes me laugh.

A month ago, the app-based taxi service Lyft was selling $15,000 worth of driver bonuses.

This week, the company is offering $1,000 in the form of a new, standalone driver bonus that will not be in the pockets of drivers who use the app.

This is an amazing move that should not have happened, and I would have been happy to pay for it.

But as I looked into the fine print, I realised the incentive structure was a bit odd.

The incentive structure is that drivers earn bonus points for every ride they make, based on how much they take home per kilometre.

Drivers who drive less than 20km per hour, or earn between $20 and $50,000 per year, earn the full $1 million bonus, regardless of how much cash they take out per ride.

But drivers earning more than $1m per year earn a fraction of that amount, and the bonus amount is reduced by a fraction.

This means that drivers earning a few hundred dollars a year are getting a huge incentive to drive more than a few kilometres a day.

A driver earning $100,000 a year will receive an incentive of $50.50, but a driver earning over $1.5m will receive $150.50.

And while the $1 bonus is only worth $1 per trip, it is worth $50 a trip to drivers who drive at least 10 kilometres per day.

The company says this is because they want to make the incentive “pay for itself” in the long run, because it’s not just the drivers that drive at the high end of the scale, but also the passengers who use it.

The $1 driver bonus is a welcome change to the way drivers earn income.

But the incentive is flawed.

The bonus is based on drivers taking out the full amount of fares paid.

But if drivers drive more or less the same amount of kilometres per trip they take, they still get the $50 bonus.

The drivers earning over the $10,000 threshold get $75.50 and drivers earning under the $15K threshold get the full bonus amount.

What’s more, they are only rewarded for the amount of rides they take when they are driving at the lowest threshold.

If they drive more kilometres than the minimum threshold of 20 kilometres per hour (which is about three or four times as many kilometres as they drive a day), they will not receive any bonus at all.

The amount of driving they earn per day is also based on their average fares.

This number is determined by the percentage of rides that are paid at the driver’s chosen driver bonus rate.

This figure is called the “passenger base”.

So if a driver earns $150 per day, but drives 20 kilometres in one day, they will receive only $75 per day of their driver bonus.

But they will earn $150 for every $150 they drive in a single day, regardless if they drive five or 10 kilometres.

As the chart below shows, the average driver earns an extra $5,000 or so when he or she drives at least a 10km per day and the number of rides per day varies by driver.

It is clear that the incentive system is flawed, and drivers will only get $150 if they take a lot of rides in a day, or take longer than the 20km threshold.

This incentive system also gives Uber an incentive to lower the driver pay rates of drivers, which will make it easier for the company to increase driver pay and increase its revenue.

It would have also made it easier to make money from driver pay, which would be a better option for the driver, who would have had more options to choose from.

As Uber drivers, we are a huge target market for the app platform.

We have a huge amount of traffic that we want to serve, and it’s our responsibility to manage that traffic.

We understand that people love to pay us for the service, so it makes sense for us to provide that service.

The incentives that the company has set up will only incentivise drivers to take a bigger percentage of their fares.

They will not incentivise them to drive less.

And that’s not the way it should work.

In addition to incentivising drivers to drive at a higher rate, the incentives are also designed to discourage drivers from working more hours than they would like to.

Uber drivers will not earn more than one week’s wages if they work 25 or more hours per week.

That’s because the incentive structures incentivise the driver to take on more work when they earn more money, so they are less likely to work at that level.

But we know that most people work as little as 20 hours a week, and they are not likely to be doing that many more if they earn less money.

Uber wants to make it more difficult for drivers to work more hours.

The best way to achieve this is to make drivers earn less