Whether you’re attending a Red Sox game or a Beyoncé concert, ridesharing services provide a safe and simple way to get to your destination and back — and avoid parking fees, too. However, it can become challenging to leave with hundreds or even thousands of attendees heading out at the same time. If you’re planning on using Uber or Lyft to get home from a big-ticket event, read on for our top five tips to guarantee a painless ridesharing experience.Read More
Uber and Lyft have a cheaper alternative to the average ride — as long as you don’t mind sharing your trip with a stranger. UberPool and Lyft Line, the apps’ carpool options, allow you to match up with a rider going in the same direction for a lower fare. Read on to learn everything you need to know about rideshare carpooling before you take your first non-solo trip.
Parents across America are wondering if Uber and Lyft can safely move their most precious cargo. Whether kids need to go to soccer practice or summer camp, ridesharing services can seem like an easy way to get them from point A to point B. Read on to see if it’s as safe as it is simple — and if there are better options to transport your child.
If you’re a regular ridesharer, you may have noticed that trips during peak hours are more expensive. This is due to a price-adjustment feature, called Surge on Uber and Prime Time on Lyft, that increases the cost of rides when demand exceeds supply. This tends to happen during rush hour and after big events like stadium concerts and sports games.
No one wants to pay extra to get from point A to point B, so check out our top five tips to beat surge pricing on ridesharing apps.