FourFour Two: What you should know about the Uber and the Lyft ride-hailing companies.
If you’re a driver, you’ll need to be aware of the legalities of both.
Read moreUber and Lyft have faced a lot of criticism over their business practices.
As we noted in March, the companies have been accused of stealing drivers’ identity, manipulating data to create false claims of lost earnings, and generally being dishonest about their business.
The latest issue comes as Uber and its parent company, UberX, continue to be embroiled in an investigation into allegations that the companies systematically misled customers about the safety and quality of their cars.
A few weeks ago, Uber had an embarrassing episode where a driver called into a program to tell us that Uber was in the process of replacing all of its vehicles with UberX cars.
When the driver didn’t get his wish, he reported the incident to the company.
Uber said that the driver’s complaint was taken seriously and that the company would “continue to investigate and address these issues.”
Lyft did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
UberX has had a rocky time of late.
Last month, the company announced that it had shut down its first UberX program, in a move that sparked anger and outrage.
Lyft has had an even more turbulent time.
In March, a Lyft driver called in to a program with a friend to share some personal details about the company, including that he was a “couch potato” and “a complete asshole.”
That same day, a man named James posted a video to YouTube claiming to be the driver in the video, claiming to have been a passenger on the ride, and asking passengers to report him if he tried to scam them.
The video went viral, and Lyft was forced to issue a statement in response.
Lyft said that it was taking down the video after the man’s claims were verified, and that it has “zero tolerance” for behavior that violates its code of conduct.
Uber has also been rocked by accusations of fraud and sexual misconduct.
A woman named Sarah accused the company of sexually harassing her, and Uber issued a statement saying it had “zeroed in on and removed” the alleged perpetrator from its platform.
Lyft and Uber have both been hit with a lawsuit that seeks $3 billion in damages.
Both companies have faced criticism for using their own employees to run their services, though the two companies are separate entities.
In fact, it’s a common practice for ride-sharing companies to hire contractors for drivers.
Uber hired a former Lyft driver named Nick to work for it.
Uber, meanwhile, has hired a number of independent contractors to work at its driver-partnership.
But even though Uber and UberX are separate companies, Uber and other ride-share services can be a problem for consumers.
A new survey by FiveThirtyEight found that while the companies were still growing, Uber was becoming the “largest” of the ride-shares.
In the survey, which included the most recent data from April 2017, Uber’s share of the market was at 14.9 percent, with Lyft at 6.6 percent.
Lyft’s share was at 6 percent.
Uber’s growth was slower than that of the other ride services, with Uber’s market share at just 1.4 percent.
This chart is based on the latest data from the survey.
Uber, however, did better than Lyft, according to the survey’s methodology.
The companies have a similar business model, but Uber’s service has become much more popular.
It’s important to remember that there are no single winners in this debate.
Some people love ride-services, others hate them, and some people want to get rid of ride-companies altogether.
There’s no single “right” way to do this, and there is no single answer that will solve every problem.
But as more rideshare companies come on the scene, we can expect that more and more people will find it difficult to decide which ridesharing company to use.