A researcher rode more than 5,000 miles with Uber and Lyft and discovered the biggest differences between the two ride-hailing giants
|10/29/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- For her new book “Uberland,” ethnographer Alex Rosenblat documented more than 5,000 miles in Uber and Lyft rides to show a dark side to the “gig economy.”
- Most of her miles were logged in Uber rides — yet key differences with its biggest competitor, Lyft, often came up.
- Tipping was the clear focal point for drivers, who also said the company treats them better, and Uber’s public stumbles under Travis Kalanick could contribute to this.
On the surface, there may not appear to be much of a difference between Uber and Lyft.
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