Autonomous fleets will make Uber and Lyft cheaper than owning a car by 2027
Owning a car will be more expensive than relying exclusively on ride-share apps for transportation by 2027. At least, according to a study released earlier this month. The impact: The study, conducted by Quote Wizards, focused on Seattle and Denver, two cities which already embrace ride-sharing. It also assumes that driverless car technology will quickly mature and become status quo. By the numbers: It might be hard to wrap your head around it, but the math adds up. Based on current trends, Quote Wizards predicts that the cost of operating a sedan in 2027 will be $7,598 versus $8,469 last… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Uber
Squline is a platform that enables users to learn foreign languages from native speaker teachers via video calls South Jakarta-based language learning platform Squline announced its expansion to the Australian market by offering online Bahasa Indonesia classes. Aspiring students can begin by taking tests on the platform to determine their level of proficiency, before taking […]
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Because there aren’t enough electric scooters on the roads, Lyft is looking into launching its own fleet of electric scooters in San Francisco, The Information reports. Lyft would join the likes of Spin, Bird and Lime — the three startups that deployed their scooters in San Francisco, without permission, back in March. Lyft has reportedly been […]