“I used to drive at night and during the day, but now I just stick to nights due to bad traffic in the city and the types of daytime passengers I used to get. Customers during the day want to rush to work or rush home once they get off, especially at the beginning of the week when they don’t want to go to work. When I used to drive in the morning, I felt like my passengers were always angry at me about things that weren’t my fault – like the traffic. They would rush me and want me to speed. I tried my best, but I’m not going to get a ticket or break the law. At night, I’ve found that most of my passengers are headed to a restaurant or something like that, and they’re more relaxed.”

Anwaar Malik
Source: Business Insider