Many people throughout the world have heard of Lyft’s biggest competitor, Uber. However, Lyft is not in most states throughout the US. They are a little behind the competition when it comes to getting a Lyft to take you where you need to go. Here is a little information about Lyft California you might want to know.
What Cities in California Can I Hail a Lyft?
You can hail a Lyft in most cities throughout California. Lyft California is available in all major cities of the state. When you hail a Lyft California, open the app select the vehicle type you would like, and wait for your driver to show up.
What Types of Cars are Available for Lyft California?
It is a difficult question to answer. You have some major metropolitan areas where you can only hail a Lyft and Lyft XL. However, in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, you can hail the following types of Lyft.
- Shared Lyft
- Lyft XL
- LUX Black
- LUX Black XL
If you are in most cities where Lyft is available, you can always hail a Lyft and Lyft XL. These are the only 2 Lyft’s you can count on nationwide. When you are in select cities they will have other vehicles available for you to choose from.
Where Can I Go In a Lyft?
You can go anywhere you want in a Lyft. The driver will take you from Los Angeles to San Francisco if this is where you want to go. Lyft California is flexible. If you want to hail a Lyft in Los Angeles, and want to take it to Las Vegas, it is acceptable to do so.
How Much Does Lyft California Cost?
Going back to our Lyft Los Angeles example from earlier, you can get a ride from LAX for instance to Beverly Hills from between $20-$30 and $90-105. Lyft California charges according to mileage and minute. Of course if your order a Lyft LUX Black XL, it is going to run a little more than a Lyft or Lyft XL. Depending on how many people are in the shared ride from LAX to Beverly Hills determine the amount you will pay for the shared Lyft California.
How Old Do I Need To Be To Sign Up For Lyft California?
There are tight rules in California. You may not sign up for a Lyft California account unless you have turned 18. If the driver suspects you might be under 18 and are trying to ride Lyft California by yourself, the driver may ask you to prove your age before the trip begins.
Is There Anything Else I Should Know About Lyft California?
Yes, there is a surcharge added to each ride to and from the major airports in California. Lyft California discloses these surcharges on their website. Getting a ride with Lyft California has never been easier. The surcharge is only a couple of dollars.