Today Uber announced a new subscription based ride plan called Ride Pass, currently available in five cities, Los Angeles, Austin, Orlando, Denver, and Miami. The cost is $14.99 a month, except for LA, it’s $24.99 a month. With this subscription,...
In the latest blog post by CEO Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber announced a number of new safety features to “raise the bar on safety.” This move adds on to the company’s recently lauchned safety measures, which included new screening technology, improved safety...
Uber rider pickups can be confusing for both drivers and riders. Drivers sometimes have a hard time finding the rider unless the rider is waiting at the exact location of the drop-pin. Riders may run into problems trying to communicate...
If you are requesting an Uber ride today in San Francisco, you may be getting one of the handful Volvo SUVs equipped with self-driving technologies. These are the Uber’s first self-driving cars that are being tested in the city of...
  If you have already signed up but haven’t taken a ride, enter the promo code below in your Uber app to receive a discount.  ...
Uber and Lyft are now legal on the streets of the Tampa Bay area, Florida. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, The Hillsborough Public Transportation Commission adopted a temporary agreement allowing Uber and Lyft, the two most popular ridesharing providers, to...
Uber now allows new drivers to retroactively apply an invite code to earn sign-on bonus. If you are a new Uber driver but did not use a referral code during the initial sign-up, you can now add an invite code...
Lyft is actively pursuing new drivers in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, and Silicon Valley. The current sign-on bonus for new drivers is $2,000! To earn the bonus, new drivers must complete 500 rides in 60 days, which comes out...
Have you ever worried about not being able to get an Uber or Lyft when you need one? If so, Lyft has an answer for you. Lyft’s Schedule Rides are now available. What’s Lyft Scheduled Ride? Traditional Lyft rides allow...
You receive a message on your phone: “Your Uber/Lyft driver has arrived.” You look around but don’t see anyone. Where is my ride? That happens when your Uber or Lyft arrives at a different location from where you are. How...