Try with 1.
This seems to the bandwidth Google Drive allots to you, and it’s quite generous.
See, using Google Drive as a bulk storage is abuse, it wasn’t designed for that. It was designed to store and share documents. Same goes about OneDrive, Dropbox, etc. If you want fast object storage with massive performance to saturate your downstream – google offers a separate product (that duplicacy also supports): Google Cloud Storage. (I’ve been saying for a long time that duplicacy shall drop support for *drive services and only focus on object storage, but it will probably never happen, because supporting those are good on paper. And yet, if you read the forum, the vast majority (if not all) of issues reported were with this kind of services (failed prunes, failed checks, partial uploads, etc).
How long specifically does it take to fail since start?
Then do test the workaround. Another workaround woudl be to install Google Drive and restroe from the mounted share, but depending on your os this may or may not be more reliable. On macOS native google drive client switched from osxfuse to smb and reliability plummeted.