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For many area college students, Uber and Lyft are their main source of transportation. "A lot of us don't have cars, so you have no choice but to use Uber and Lyft," said a student at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts.Watch Now
When you get into a car from a ride-sharing service, can you really trust who’s behind the wheel? That’s the question Senator Richard Blumenthal (D) is asking, calling out apps like Uber and Lyft over safety concerns.Watch Now
Whether it's getting into a car with a stranger or reading headlines of sexual assault, ridesharing can be an unsettling experience. A new app is trying to ease consumers' fears about using those services.Watch Now
It’s becoming more and more apparent that Lyft cannot be trusted to police themselves.Watch Now
Investigators say drivers get three “strikes” for bad behavior — and may just end up driving for Lyft.Read more
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