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Lyft’s autonomous vehicle partner Magna is done with self-driving tech

The auto parts maker plans to focus on assisted driving

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What rideshare drivers need to know about taxes

The tax deductions might be more valuable to you than the income

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Autonomous Chrysler Pacficas join Lyft test fleet

Lyft also is opening a new AV testing facility in California

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Lyft says sell your car, and we'll give you rideshare vouchers

A sweetener for those thinking of going carless

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Lyft replaces pricey All-Access monthly plan with Lyft Pink

Includes discounts, priority airport pickup, free bike and scooter rides, and more

When Lyft unveiled its All-Access plan last year, many were taken aback by the hefty price of $299 per month. Now, Lyft is ditching that plan and replacing it with Lyft Pink, which costs just $19.99. The perks of the membership differ, but this lower price point will likely prove to be much more of a win-win for Lyft and its riders.

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California governor signs protections for Uber, Lyft drivers and other gig workers

'Setting the global standard for worker protections,' but Uber vows a fight

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The best cities for rideshare driving

Here's where you're likely to earn the most, and why

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California Senate passes bill to tighten 'gig' worker rule

Uber, Lyft, others will be required to treat workers like employees

The California State Senate voted on Tuesday to pass a bill that would make it much more difficult for gig economy companies like Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc to classify workers as independent contractors rather than employees. The bill, which was sponsored by California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and is backed by Governor Gavin Newsom, passed the state senate with 29 votes in favor and 11 votes against it. The bill, AB5, has garnered national attention, largely owi

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Rideshare, delivery apps pledge $90M California ballot fight

California's law would be the strictest on worker classification in the nation

Uber, Lyft and DoorDash threatened Thursday to spend $90 million on a California ballot measure if they can't reach a deal with unions and lawmakers on legislation that would change the rights of their drivers and other so-called gig workers. "We remain focused on reaching a deal, and are confident about bringing this issue to the voters if necessary," Adrian Durbin, senior director of communications at Lyft, said in a statement. The companies' team-up comes as California lawma

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Insurance answers for gig drivers

Here's what Uber and Lyft provide, and what insurance you'll need to get on your own

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China's Ninebot unveils scooters that drive themselves to charging stations

Uber, Lyft to be among first customers

BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Segway-Ninebot Group, a Beijing-based electric scooter maker, on Friday unveiled a scooter that can return itself to charging stations without a driver, a potential boon for the burgeoning scooter-sharing industry. Ninebot said Uber and Lyft , the ride-hailing giants that are expanding into scooter-sharing, would be among the customers for the new semi-autonomous vehicles that are expected to hit roads early next year. Gao Lufeng, Ninebot chairman

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Lyft's scooters steering new customers to ride-hailing, but winter is coming

25% of Lyft customers who use its bikes and scooters are new to the company

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Lyft gains revenue and riders but still loses a lot of money

It predicts an $850 million loss for the year — and that's an improvement

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Uber, Lyft widen gap over taxis for business travelers

Uber is #1 most expensed vendor, Lyft #3, beating Amazon and all airlines

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How to save money with Uber and Lyft

From promo codes to pooling, there are ways to make your trips cheaper

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Lyft adds NYC subway directions to its app

It's an effort to keep you inside its app

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What parents need to know when using Uber and Lyft with children

Know the rules, and the law, to keep your kids safe

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Hyundai will offer customers Lyft rides when their cars are in for service

Customers won't have to install the Lyft app

Customers won't have to install the Lyft app.

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