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Did you hear the news? Uber and Lyft recently announced they are finally entering Upstate New York. It was a long process to get past the regulations, but the two rideshare giants have been successfully operating across Upstate New York for a few weeks now.
If you are from the Upstate New York area, be sure to use our Fare Comparison Calculator to calculate the fare for your trip. Simply type in your TO and FROM destinations into the field, and the results will show you a side-by-side price comparison of all the rideshare options available to you.
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Everyday we hear about another rideshare company that is making a mark on the industry. We try to support as many of these companies as possible. This weeks round up of new RideGuru companies features Cabify, MyTaxi, and Toodooloo. Take a look below to learn more about each new company then check your ride estimate on our RideGuru Fare Comparison Calculator.
Cabify is a rideshare service in Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. It provides vehicles for hire through their rideshare application. Vehicles are driven by their owners, just like Uber and Lyft. When you are finished with your ride ...read more
Not only is Uber facing challenges in the U.S. – the company is also struggling to maintain their global domination across other foreign markets.
Since Uber’s inception, people everywhere were confident the company will take over the world. The ridehailing company still remains one of the only global players in the market, but we don’t see world domination in Uber’s near future.
Right now, the company is struggling to make money. This may come as a surprise to some people, but Uber is not profitable. In fact, they have been losing increasingly more money in the past ...
Lately, it seems as though Uber and Lyft are constantly changing. In the rideshare industry, companies need to adapt to the developing environment, and create innovations that make their company stand out against the rest. Each company wants to be the next “new thing”.
In San Francisco, Lyft started testing a shuttle service that has preset stops during commuting hours. This new service will act similar to a bus service that people can frequently take to commute to work during the week.
Additionally, both Uber and Lyft started doing “smarter pickups”. These pickups encourage riders to walk to a nearby ...