Companies such as Lyft use smartphone apps and GPS to connect drivers with passengers. But they aren’t “ride-sharing” when they’re charging fees — which can sometimes be far more expensive than regular taxicabs.
Companies such as Lyft use smartphone apps and GPS to connect drivers with passengers. But they aren’t “ride-sharing” when they’re charging fees — which can sometimes be far more expensive than regular taxicabs. File photo
Companies such as Lyft use smartphone apps and GPS to connect drivers with passengers. But they aren’t “ride-sharing” when they’re charging fees — which can sometimes be far more expensive than regular taxicabs. File photo

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January 11, 2015 9:00 AM

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