Post New Topic

Why does the Lyft driver app ask you if your car has leather seats?

{{ ratingSum }}
EjiEzeEze
323 Rider Driver
 Posted 1 year, 8 months ago

Comments

    {{ ratingSum }}
    DDominico69
    188 Driver
     1 year ago

    Not to mention it's infinitely easier to clean.  I feel all drivers should have it. Just wipe and go.  It helps on rainy days, after driving pets, any accidents, etc.  Fabric is WAY too much of a liability.

    {{ ratingSum }}
    Wes
    1602 Rider Driver
     1 year ago

    Depending on the car model, leather seating is a determining factor in being a "Select" Driver.  The auto list is very narrow that qualifies, and those auto's that do must also have leather seating surfaces.

    Show Hide  1 Reply
      {{ ratingSum }}
      dd
      3
       1 year ago

      Not to mention it's infinitely easier to clean.  I feel all drivers should have it. Just wipe and go.  It helps on rainy days, after driving pets, any accidents, etc.  Fabric is WAY too much of a liability.

    {{ ratingSum }}
    LockieTavish
    37 Driver
     1 year ago

    I haven't seen that inquiry, but it must be due to identifying whether your car fits into another category. Like a level of service.

    or maybe for covid safety. Leather is easier to clean by simply wiping.

    Show Hide  1 Reply
      {{ ratingSum }}
      BenRosen
      86 Driver
       1 year ago

      You mean like Bolt Protect.

    {{ ratingSum }}
    ce
    58 Rider
     1 year ago

    Isn't there a slightly better Lyft service that requires leather seats? Could it be for that reason?