This Week in Rideshare: Election, Rules, and Snitching

Lyft offers free rides, drivers change the rules, and passengers get the green light to snitch. LegalRideshare breaks it down.

MONDAY 2/17/20

Lyft ups its game and allows free and discounted rides for passengers looking to get to the polls. @CNET reports:

TUESDAY 2/18/20

After a new state law in California went into effect, drivers have gotten smart about when and how they drive. WIRED explains:

WEDNESDAY 2/19/20

In an effort to crack down on ride-hailing impersonators, Chicago has introduced a new ordnance that isn’t playing around. Sun Times reported:

THURSDAY 2/20/20

After Uber announced a new feature that lets passengers “snitch” on their drivers during the ride, LegalRideshare spoke with CNET’s Dara Kerr about the implications of such a feature:

FRIDAY 2/21/20

Want to delete Uber? The Verge posted an article on Friday that explains everything from actually deleting the app to alternatives. They explain:

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