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How do I ban or block drivers I do not want to be matched up with? I heard drivers can do the same with riders?

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KateHarley68
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 Posted 2 years, 1 month ago

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    homecutt
    1 Rider
     1 year ago

    Sounds like they do nothing to prevent encountering drivers we know who work for Uber/Lyft and are less than reputable people. We are FORCED to ride with them 1st BEFORE you can stop worrying you'll never encounter them again. Thanks for always keeping our safety in mind!

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      KellyEbt
      12
       1 year ago

      How would you know if a driver is bad without taking a ride with him (or her) first? I think if Uber app allowed that, there’d be racists and bigots all over the place blocking everyone he doesn’t like. 

      Or a sexual predators blocking ever male driver. You don’t want riders having too much control...

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        ScottWhite
        12
         1 year ago

        In smaller town, you may actually know the drivers and their reputation.  What if your friend told you to not take a ride with some creepy dude?

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        ScottWhite
        12
         1 year ago

        In smaller town, you may actually know the drivers and their reputation.  What if your friend told you to not take a ride with some creepy dude?

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      LG-PA
      810 Driver
       1 year ago

      when the undesireble driver accepts, you could just cancel immeditely and re-request in hopes of getting a different driver

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    RandyHicks
     1 year ago

    I'm a lyft driver and a rider cant find me on her app, however sees other lyft drivers,  why did this happen? Shes a 5 star rider

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      SmittenKitten
      2004 Rider
       1 year ago

      You should ask the community by creating a new post.

      https://ride.guru/lounge/create

      If you are referring to her not being able to see you on the map, remember, she doesnt see ALL drivers near her. 

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      RedANT
      1075 Rider Driver
       1 year ago

      Lyft will NOT pair you if your location is too close.  This is to prevent people from arranging rides outside of the platform or taking street hails.  

      If you're on a ride and the passenger wants to continue to a second location, they need to change their destination, then add the first location as a stop.