In addition to driver pay, many drivers are concerned with driver safety. It’s difficult to find public information on the number of assaults and attacks (both on and by drivers), which understandably leads to drivers (and passengers) being wary of each other. RSG contributor Paula Gibbins tackles how Uber and Lyft could make ridesharing safer for drivers, and profiles one company that touts safety as one of its key differences from Uber/Lyft.
Female Uber Driver Review
Today we’re going to look driver safety from the female perspective and what I feel Uber and Lyft can do to make me, and all drivers, feel safer. Then, we’ll dive into into alternative, potentially safer options for drivers and how this service is becoming a hot commodity, especially for female drivers. In the midst of some serious driver and passenger incidents, Uber and Lyft could take notice of what other companies are doing to protect both riders and drivers.