Uber Platform Access Agreement

It`s usually the same risk you`ve already taken, it only means when happens, your estate (family anything) can`t put you in that risk, you`ve done it yourself. The new AAP clearly places the Driver as a customer of Uber`s technology platform and passenger as our peer-to-peer (P2P) service customer. Uber essentially acts as a payment agent for drivers and charges drivers a service fee of 20-28% to access its technology platform. This means that the receipts that passengers now receive will be sent by Uber on behalf of the drivers. maintain the security of the Lyft platform and its users. Providing a safe and secure experience drives our platform, both on the go and on our apps. To do this, we use your personal data for: Rider Charges. Lyft charges the driver an amount that is calculated or fixed by Lyft on your behalf for the Rideshare services you will provide for riders (the „rider fee“). Driving costs can be calculated based on the time and distance of the journey and prices on the Lyft Cities (www.lyft.com/cities) pages (a „variable fee“) at the end of the trip. Alternatively, driving charges can be indicated in advance and set at the time of the travel request (a „quoted charge“). A quoted charge may deviate from the variable charge for the same trip (if variable charges change depending on a number of dynamic factors).

In both cases, your payment for Rideshare Services is the driver`s fare, as described in sections 1-3 above. Runners can choose to add you an extra trick in addition to Rider Charges. The tip is paid entirely to you and is considered separate from the driving costs. Unless otherwise stated, driving charges include driver fares, current tolls, fees we have withheld (including service and platform charges described below) and potential third-party fees. „Third party charges“ include all airport charges or government or local charges, increases or taxes applicable to the provision of Rideshare services or the provision of Lyft`s Lyft platform, which by law or agreement is required by Lyft to collect and transfer funds to third parties. Location information. Long journeys start with a simple and accurate pickup. The Lyft platform collects location information (including GPS and WiFi data) in different ways, depending on your Lyft application settings and device permissions, and whether you use the platform as a driver or driver: Lyft charges. In return, in order to facilitate the rideshare services you provide to drivers, you agree to pay a fee to Lyft (and allow Lyft the deduction) based on each transaction in which you provide rideshare services („Lyft fees“), which consist of a service charge („service charge“) and a platform fee („platform fee“). The service fee is a fixed amount for each trip, as set on your debit card or city page at the time of travel. The platform tax is a variable amount corresponding to the reduced driving costs: (i) the driver`s fare, (ii) all tolls or surcharges we collect for the transfer, (iii) the service fee, (iv) all service charges collected by Lyft and (v) all bonuses or incentives you collect based on your Rideshare service delivery. In the case of a trip where the combination of (i) (iv) is higher than the driving fee, you will not be charged any platform charge for that trip.

In such cases, any excess amounts you receive will be an adjustment to your platform fee (or, if necessary, as an adjustment to another payment due to you).

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