There aren’t a lot of requirements to become an Uber or Lyft driver, but one thing that holds a lot of people back is an eligible vehicle. In most cities, Uber requires a 2002 or newer 4 door sedan in order to drive on UberX while Lyft requires a 2004 or newer vehicle.
But for those without an eligible vehicle or even a vehicle at all, there are a whole host of options available: everything from buying and leasing programs to daily and hourly rentals. As Uber and Lyft have exploded in popularity, so have these vehicle start-ups, and many of them are specifically tailored to a rideshare driver’s needs.
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Here are some of the most popular options for drivers: [Read more…]