Uber, Lyft, and other ridesharing companies have shown how important apps are to the transportation industry. Today, we’re looking at a few other apps to help you take your rideshare business to the next level. Here’s the video version (which we also posted to our Youtube channel) but read on if you’d like to learn more.
Not everyone is as comfortable with smartphones as they’d like, so today RSG contributor Jon Knope walks through the driver and passenger side of the Lyft app.
Passengers: Click here to download the app and ride Lyft
Drivers: Click here to sign up to drive for Lyft
Learn How to Use Lyft
On this blog, we frequently get questions about how to operate the various rideshare apps – and how to use Lyft is no exception. To help answer those questions, we’ve put together a couple of video tutorials to walk you through every step on how Lyft works, both as a driver and as a passenger. We’ve also extracted the most important info into an FAQ format below each video. (For a walkthrough of the Uber apps, click here!)
Harry here. If you’re a brand new Uber driver, learning how the apps work can be a challenge. Unlike Lyft, Uber has separate apps for passengers and drivers – and they each work a bit different.
Uber Partners and Drivers
Today, RSG contributor Jonathan Knope gives us a full walk-through of the Uber partner app and explains everything from how to do a pick-up as an Uber partner to how to request a ride as an Uber passenger. As a driver, it’s obviously important to know how the partner app works but it’s also equally as important to know what the passenger is seeing. In addition to the videos, you can also read on to find answers to frequently asked questions.