Great news, you can now get a car to Drive With Lyft through HyreCar. HyreCar is a peer to peer car sharing marketplace. A majority of the cars on the platform will come pre-certified for ridesharing thorugh Lyft. Hyre car will offer: Peer-to-peer car rentals for Lyft On-boarding through website and mobile app Flexible renting […]
Lyft has released a standalone driver app. Before, they used one app for both riders and drivers. You can download the new app now.
Follow these steps (including driver and vehicle requirements) on how to become a Lyft driver, and claim your sign up bonus of up to $1,000.
I often get asked the question, “How much do Lyft drivers make?” Nationally, the average is around $15-$20 per hour, before expenses. However, there is a lot of variation from city to city. Drivers in New York and San Francisco earn more. Drivers in Houston earn less. That’s not all. Even within a city, there’s a lot of variability.
New drivers often ask me, “What is the best navigation system for Uber?”, or “What is the best navigation system for Lyft?” Even if you’ve lived somewhere your whole life, there are going to be parts of the city that are unfamiliar. There are also other benefits to using a nav system, such as finding alternate […]
Where To find Uber and Lyft riders during off-peak hours After the morning rush, the number of people looking for an Uber or Lyft ride tends to drop off until lunch time. What’s a driver to do? Luckily, there’s a few place you can go when it’s slow, where you can find Uber and Lyft […]
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