Of course, the Amish aren't going to tell you what they pay other drivers per mile, so I have no idea if I am charging too much or too little. Uber and Lyft websites say you should charge $0.85 a mile in this area, but after Uber takes their 25%, you wouldn't make any profit, so there are no Uber drivers out this way. I looked into driving taxi in the Cleveland area and those Services charge something like $2.75 cents per mile.
Ever since I started, I've been threatening to develop a website like Uber or Lyft and try to collect $1 per week per driver & passenger to act as a go-between. With 350,000 Amish in the United States and a crap load of drivers out there, if I could tap into that market, I wouldn't have to drive it all any more.