Running limousine businesses for 25 years teaching you how hard it could be before it getting better.
So like any other challenge uber is just one more.
So the key to survive is flexibility. What I mean is Lower your rates if possible and take trips that are not so appealing but this way you can get good customers that appreciate your service.
But the main thing is networking. You need to be connected to as many limousine operators as possible. Farm out when you busy and farm in when they need you. Keep your cost low as possible as fewer drivers and fewer cars as possible and make a small profit fit on farm out. This is how you can stay in the game and even be very profitable.