Is it better to drive for Uber, or for Lyft?

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So I see all kinds of articles published on driving for Uber, and driving for Lyft. I can’t seem to get a straight sense as to which one is better to drive for, not just from a monetary standpoint but from a quality of company and benefits standpoint. I know service, etc. varies by city, but there must be one service that drivers prefer overall?

– Sam J

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Jill H
November 11, 2017 1:49 pm

I would say try driving for both! I have plenty of friends that take that approach. That way if a passenger is only hailing one service in an area, you can take the ride. From a monetary standpoint, I believe there are higher bonuses in some cities. From a benefit standpoint, I’m not sure either company offers significant benefits? But I could be wrong on that.