Lyft starts charging wait-time fees to customers after two minutes, except for Shared, Access, Assisted, and Car Seat rides; Uber has had such fees since 2016 (Darrell Etherington/TechCrunch)

Lyft starts charging wait-time fees to customers after two minutes, except for Shared, Access, Assisted, and Car Seat rides; Uber has had such fees since 2016 (Darrell Etherington/TechCrunch)


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Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
Lyft starts charging wait-time fees to customers after two minutes, except for Shared, Access, Assisted, and Car Seat rides; Uber has had such fees since 2016  —  Lyft has introduced wait-time fees — in other words, charges incurred if a Lyft driver has to wait for you upon pickup.

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January 24, 2023 at 07:40PM

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