A new study has found out that financially independent millenials own more, not less, cars.
Lyft is the first ride-hailing company to go public on the NASDAQ.
Lyft claims its repair shops will charge half the price on common repairs over normal garages.
It will be interesting to see how investors react to Lyft and its rival, Uber, who are struggling to make a profit.
Lyft has increased its share by 4 percent nearly three weeks before hitting the NYSE.
Lyft expects to be valued at between $20 billion and $25 billion, although this might change due to market conditions.
Uber is expected to be valued at $120 billion while Lyft could fetch $30 billion.
In Lyft’s ideal world, you’ll never drive a car again.
Lyft is showing just how little the younger generation care about owning cars.
The average city dweller would spend $20,118 a year using ride-hailing services.
Contrary to popular belief, ride-hailing apps are actually increasing, instead of decreasing, traffic.
Are you willing to give up your personal car? Lyft thinks you are.