In addition to connecting drivers to drivers, the Lyft platform can allow users to provide or receive services from other third parties. For example, users can use the Lyft platform to plan and book public transit trips, make a third-party self-driving trip, rent vehicles, or obtain third-party financial services (together the “other services”). You understand and that other services are subject to the conditions and prices of the third-party provider. If you purchase other services via the Lyft platform, you allow Lyft to charge your payment method according to the price conditions set by the third party. You accept that Lyft is not liable and cannot be held responsible for other services or the acts or omissions of the third-party provider. These other services should not be reviewed, monitored or verified for accuracy, adequacy or comprehensiveness by us, and we are not responsible for other services accessible via the Lyft platform. Respond to court proceedings and requirements. Sometimes the law, public authorities or other regulators impose requirements and obligations on the services we want to provide. In this case, we may use your personal data to meet these requirements or obligations.

I signed the previous agreements and continued, but on that occasion I decided to read the 27 pages. It took me a while, but I`m glad I made it. During the process, I noticed glaring changes in older versions. Not only will I mention a few, but I will also tell you how you can opt out of Uber`s mandatory arbitration decision. I`ve done it with all the previous Uber tos tos without consequences or retaliation, I`m still a driver on the platform. Uber will not disable drivers if they opt out of the deal. It`s your legal right to do so, but if you don`t log out, you lose the right to join future group actions and get paid! What are you going to do? Are you going to unsubscribe? Is arbitration worth your time and money? Have you chosen not to make any previous agreements or updates? The Lyft platform offers a marketplace where people looking for transport to specific destinations (“Riders”) can be combined with means of transport to such destinations. One of the possibilities for drivers is to ask rideshare drivers to travel to or cross these destinations (“runners”). Drivers and drivers are collectively referred to as “users” and the transportation services provided by Drivers to Riders are called Rideshare Services.

As a user, you allow Lyft to compare yourself with a driver or driver based on factors such as your location, estimated pickup time, your goal of cross-referencing data and platform efficiency, and canceling an existing match and a rematch based on the same considerations. Any decision by a user to offer or accept rideshare sharing services is a decision made at that user`s sole discretion. Each rideshare service provided by a driver to a driver is a separate agreement between these people. Third-party services. Third-party services provide us with the information we need for key aspects of the Lyft platform, as well as services, programs, loyalty benefits and promotions that can enhance your Lyft experience. These third parties include background review providers, insurance partners, financial service providers, marketing providers and other businesses. We receive the following information about you from these third-party services: One of the most common elements of a terms of use contract is a compromise clause that allows large companies to protect themselves by requiring both parties to work on the transaction instead of going through the requests for legal action.