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What is the Dutch Reach?

Posted by: lilly in Rideshare Knowledge 1 week, 2 days ago

Cycling, or riding a bicycle, is a great way to get around, commute, be outside, and get some exercise. It has been a very popular way of getting for over a century. Europe is known for their cyclists. Amsterdam has more bicycles than citizens. There are so many upsides to bicycling around, but there are downsides too. Cyclists are a vulnerable demographic, and bicycle fatalities are on the rise and higher than they have been in over twenty years.

A bicycle crashing into a car door being opened by an oblivious driver has been used as comic relief or distraction ...

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Uber as Couriers: Tips and Tricks on Getting Your Goods from Place to Place

Posted by: felicia in Rideshare Knowledge 1 week, 3 days ago

Need to deliver a package across town? Want to drop off a forgotten belong at your friends house?

Uber is more than just getting people from place to place and bringing your favorite late night snacks to your front door. People are ingenious and always finding ways to save money. Courier services can be pricey, and Uber is less expensive and reliable. People have started using Uber to get their packages and goods from one spot to another, so much so that this is becoming normal for Uber drivers to encounter in cities across the United States and elsewhere. 

Communication ...

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How can I pay for a ride in cash?

Posted by: lilly in Rideshare Knowledge 1 week, 4 days ago

Cash used to be king. It’s not quite King anymore. Many locations and services have gone away from taking or using cash and only accept credit, debit, or other online forms of payment. Uber, for the most part, is a cashless experience. It’s one of the main draws for many people because they don’t have to worry about carrying cash or having the right change on them. You can pay for Uber rides directly through the app by linking a card. Like Uber, Lyft does not allow for payment by way of cash either. Not everyone wants to or feels ...

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Lyft: How to Quickly and Easily Switch Between Vehicles

Posted by: bekah in Driver Community 1 week, 5 days ago

This is for drivers! If you’re not a driver but want to be, this could be helpful for you, too. Back in 2015, Lyft made it possible to have more than one approved car on a driver’s account. In this article we are going to outline how to add a second vehicle and switch between cars in your driver app.

The key to switching between cars as a driver on the Lyft app is to have the vehicles you may be driving already approved via the app. It’s a simple process to do if you haven’t done it already. Before ...

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Why Uber & Lyft Despise The California AB5 Bill

Posted by: Sergio in Rideshare Knowledge 2 weeks, 3 days ago

There have been many articles in the mainstream media regarding the California law AB5 (Assembly Bill 5) over the past few months. Today, contributor Sergio Avedian will lay the facts regarding AB5, why Uber & Lyft are threatened by it and what they're doing to kill it before it is voted on in the CA Senate. 

The Gig Economy

The gig economy, especially the rideshare industry, has benefited many people over the past decade. With technological innovation, millions of people around the country have signed up with one or multiple companies in various segments of the service industry, such as ...

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