With all the new driver-friendly features Uber is rolling out under it’s ‘180 Days of Change’ initiative, we began to wonder when Lyft would roll out some driver-friendly features of their own. Luckily, we didn’t have to wait long – Lyft has been working on upgrades to the driver platform for months. Today, senior RSG contributor Christian Perea outlines what drivers can expect to see in future Lyft driver updates.
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Uber’s been rolling out a ton of new driver-friendly features lately as part of their “180 days of change” campaign to woo drivers back to the Big U. And since we already know that Lyft and Uber copy almost everything from one other, that means Lyft should also be rolling out some driver upgrades of their own to compete for the big spotlight with drivers too… although Lyft doesn’t have to copy Uber on tipping since they didn’t require a corporate meltdown to do the right thing on tipping their drivers.