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Uber and Lyft logos on a smartphone screen. HyreCar is a car-sharing service connecting Uber and Lyft drivers with vehicle owners.

How Much Can You Make With HyreCar?

You've heard of Uber and Lyft, but did you know another service helps drivers in the ridesharing business? Instead of providing rides around town, HyreCar connects vehicle owners with drivers who want to rent cars for their ridesharing gigs.
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New Study Suggests There Is a Safer Way to Uber During COVID-19 Pandemic

The world has been forced to shift and adapt to the will of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most of us are committed to taking the necessary precautions, like wearing a mask, social distancing, and keeping our hands clean. Although traveling is a risk, we have shifted from flying to driving, from hotel rooms to camper vans, …
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Uber Gives Up on ‘Headache’ of Self-Driving Cars

Self-driving cars seem to be the way of the future, and many automakers are focused on creating the first one. Tesla is eager to release the first Level 5 autonomous vehicle next year, despite major hiccups with its Autopilot technology. Honda claims that it will release a Level 3 autonomous car in the first quarter …
App-based drivers from Uber and Lyft protest in a caravan in front of City Hall in Los Angeles on October 22, 2020.

Uber and Lyft Drivers Just Suffered a Devastating Blow in California

Working a side hustle has kept food on the tables of many American households. Driving for ridesharing giants such as Uber and Lyft has been a convenient way to earn additional income. More than 57 million people across the nation babysit, deliver food, ghostwrite, or drive for hire to make ends meet. In California, this age-old …
A self-driving car riding down the street

Uber Acquires Postmates in Big Takeout Deal

Uber Technologies Inc. changed the car industry forever by making ride-hailing services extremely popular and even changed how we think of car ownership. But just like large auto manufacturers, Uber has been forced to adapt as the coronavirus pandemic persists. In order to find more success during these times, Uber has made a deal to …
A GM Maven car-sharing service vehicle in front of the New York Stock Exchange

Will Ford, GM, and BMW’s Car-Sharing Projects Defeat Uber and Lyft?

Car stocks have decreased due to trade wars, strikes in the auto industry, and less demand. Many people are turning to public transportation or rideshare services like Uber or Lyft. Gone are the stressful days of trying to hail a taxi last minute. Lyft and Uber drivers can be contacted with the tap of a …