Uber VS Lyft Which Is Better for Drivers?
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Here are the notable differences:
Uber includes a button to let you split the cost of the fare with multiple riders, which is handy when you're out with a group. Lyft discontinued its fare-splitting feature last year and said it planned to release an improved version this year.
In addition to UberPool, Uber includes a car-sharing feature called Express Pool, where you agree to walk a short distance from your actual location, like to a street corner, and be dropped off somewhere close to your destination. In other words, you save money by walking a bit to make the route more efficient for the driver. Lyft is currently testing a similar feature in three cities. (This isn't a game-changing feature: In my tests, Uber's Express Pool option was not available in many locations.)
Most important, Uber lets people request wheelchair-accessible cars in about 15 of its top cities. In my tests in San Francisco, wheelchair-accessible cars were available in many areas. Lyft, which declined to comment for this column, has a very limited wheelchair-accessibility program; I wasn't able to summon one here.
The verdict: In terms of ride-summoning features, Uber wins hands down. Its broader wheelchair-accessibility feature is similar to the option offered by traditional taxicabs. And Lyft's lack of fare splitting makes Uber the app of choice for group outings.
Something Else to Consider:
- Both services put a tremendous amout of wear and tear on your vehicle.
- You will luse a tremendous amount of gas.
- You may find that the tax burden is higher than you thought.
- Finally, you are trading time for money for a very minimum payout.
But when you subtract taxes, gasoline, and the time spent in your car that you will NEVER get back -- you may decide that it's not worth the time.
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