prefer Lyft for the sake of the drivers but it is easier to get Lyft drivers quickly. Uber has more features as well. I hope they stay around because I couldn't function without them.
While both services look identical, there are major differences. Uber is richer in features and available in more cities. Yet Lyft is more transparent in its receipts about the details of a trip, which can help consumers understand when prices increase; Uber's opaque receipts could leave people perplexed.
Lyft wins, in part for greater transparency.
In addition, because Uber is generally more popular in most cities, in my experience its surge markup is often significantly higher than Lyft's, meaning riders are typically better off summoning a Lyft when cars are in high demand.
You'll get paid for pickup time. You'll now be paid a flat rate for every pickup that gets added — because a pickup is a pickup, and you should always get paid for it. With these changes, a ride with a long pickup is worth as much as a ride with a pickup close by
The new features join Lyft's existing line-up of features, programs and policies focused on safety, like its background checks on drivers, in-app photos of drivers and vehicles, real-time ride tracking, digital receipts and two-way rating systems — the majority of which are common to ride-hailing apps.
Again I’ll try to take my chances in this industry after some time of quiet. It is the place of which I am passionate about and I know I can make an impact there. I wanna reveal my full potential in this area, I don't wanna loose this opportunity again. I will try and prepare using Lyft interview questions and to use the attempt to return to the place where my heart belongs.
I have driven for both and the only difference I can see is that Lyft is a bit more strict on their rules and policies. I know more people who have gotten suspended or banned from Lyft vs Uber.