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Lyft adds wait time fees, nearly seven years after Uber

Wait time fees also don’t apply to early arrivals for pickups – until the driver is waiting after the originally scheduled pick up time. They also don’t apply to a number of specific ride types, including Shared, Access, Assisted and Car Seat rides. And you also don’t pay wait time fees if the ride ends up being cancelled (you just pay the cancellation fee if it’s on your end). This is hardly a surprising change from Lyft, and it introduced more consistency for drivers who are operating across both platforms. But it is Lyft giving up on one of the remaining differentiators between it and its competition on the rider side. Lyft adds wait time fees, nearly seven years after Uber by Darrell Etherington originally published on TechCrunch

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