How Uber and Lyft riders can guarantee they will have a ride, when there are very few drivers

Updated: Mar 18

During bad storms and other events there will be fewer drivers on the road. Causing riders to wait longer for a ride, some riders could even wait over an hour before they finally get a driver to pick them up.

During times like this, we recommend riders use the schedule trip feature that is available on both the Uber and Lyft app.

Note: You are able to schedule a ride five minutes before you need to be picked up.

Using this feature during busy times will automatically put you in Uber or Lyft's queue. So when a driver does become available you will be first in line, for scheduled trips take priority over other request.



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