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Is Lyft hiding something by not disclosing the detailed passenger receipt to their drivers?

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Uberserge
1296 Rider Driver
 Posted 2 years, 6 months ago

Are they trying to hide something? If so what do you think it is?

https://ride.guru/content/newsroom/lyft-stops-showing-passenger-ride-details-to-their-drivers

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    wraiththe
    203 Driver
     2 years ago

    Lyft is paying 33 cents a mile where I live. I do not trust them for anything and I do not be drive for them anymore. We pay for everything, gas, car payments, maintenance, amenities. Tires, oil changes, alignments, phone bills, cleanings and downtime for all these... not worth it. I have taken Lyft here to the airport. The cars were dangerous and one was so smelly, I could smell it on my clothes the whole plane ride. It is not sustainable, especially if you maintain your car. I hate to think they would be dishonest. 2 years ago driving in the snow, they charged the customers more, but did not pay it forward to the driver... upsetting.

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      Uberserge
      OP 1296 Rider Driver
       2 years ago

      That's crazy, 33 cents a mile, you would think they would run out of drivers by now, but there are 8 cars at every street corner. 

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        wraiththe
        203 Driver
         2 years ago

        Pretty sure they pay more in LA. This is in Charlotte NC. Even uber pays over 40 cents more in Seattle.

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          Uberserge
          OP 1296 Rider Driver
           2 years ago  (edited 2 years ago)

          Don't you get paid from the time the request is accepted to the end of the ride? They did that in many cities a while ago, called it easier to understand more predictable earnings. We're at 80/12 in Los Angeles on Lyft and 60/21 on Uber. Peanuts!

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            wraiththe
            203 Driver
             2 years ago

            Uber pays more in Charlotte than lyft. I asked an Uber driver in Seattle who said they make 1.10/mile.

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              Uberserge
              OP 1296 Rider Driver
               2 years ago

              NFL, not for long 😆