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Last week Rideguru contributor Sergio Avedian wrote about how to accept your first ride on the Uber driver app with a detailed app tutorial. This week it is Lyft’s turn, in this informative how to article Sergio hopefully will have all the answers a new driver may have as well as a few key tips.
So you’ve passed the background and DMV check that Lyft requires for all drivers, got your car inspected, Lyft has approved your application, you have downloaded the Lyft driver app and you’re now ready to start driving. I have an Android cell phone but ...read more
Do you have a legal question for a lawyer specializing in Rideshare issues? Would you like free legal advice from the comfort of your home?
This Sunday, February 9, 2020 at 9PM EST, RideGuru and LegalRideshare will be hosting a livestream event to answer all your rideshare related questions. Attorney and Co-founder of LegalRideshare, Bryant Greening, will be spearheading the livestream to answer all your legal questions and update drivers on recent events that impact the industry.
Bryant will be covering topics that range from how to handle accidents, rideshare insurance, dash cams, deactivations, and dealing with minors, ...read more
As if the rideshare marketplace in London wasn’t confusing enough with Uber’s license getting revoked, now Ola has announced that they will be launching in London on February 10, 2020. The Uber rival has officially received a 15 month license to operate in London.
Ola stated in a press release that it will initially launch with over 20,000 registered drivers in London and plans to take zero commission on all rides for the first six weeks. With many London Uber drivers out of work, Ola is hoping to get a majority of these drivers on their platform starting on day ...read more
This past weekend, Logan Airport relocated the pickup spot for taxis, limos, and rideshare vehicles at Terminal C. Vehicle pickups will now be ushered to Central Parking, which is a hike for passengers.
According to MassPort, the move is only temporary while Terminal C undergoes construction for a new canopy that will allow more daylight and weather protection plus a new roadway design to help the flow of traffic.
On Sunday, our team member, Lilly Kenyon, flew into Terminal C and was able to see the congestion first hand. She reports that “there was a lot of confusion among travelers ...read more
LyftUp is a collaboration between Lyft and LeBron James to get free bikes in the hands of eligible 16-20 year olds throughout the country. They hope to empower these young people by providing free, one-year memberships to Lyft’s bikeshare program. The YMCA will be helping with the initiative to identify eligible members for the program.
According to Lyft, “nearly 4.5 million Americans don’t have easy access to affordable, reliable transportation.” Unfortunately, young people are hit the hardest by this statistic. Transportation is crucial for young adults to get to class, practice, jobs, and more. LeBron is spearheading the campaign as ...read more