Let’s say you’re coming home late at night along with your home address plugged into the app. You can better understand what to do if the driver starts harassing you — whether you are at a Lyft or even Uber.
First, if anything life-threatening goes in a vehicle, call the police on your telephone immediately. Uber has its security center always clickable within the program plus a dedicated 911 button. Additional safety features introduced last year on the Uber app include a contact list you can set up to inform family and friends about a circumstance.
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A woman’s recent Lyft terror story involving an inappropriate driver has come to be yet another reminder that security issues can be hard to navigate when using ride-hailing apps. However, you do, in actuality, have several distinct options you may take during and after a lousy ride.