these car services are a real asset and you can intimidate the voter while driving there. Just hang out at voting centers for a fare back home. I can see why they built the down town loft in capital park with no parking. one block and you got the train or bus and a call gets a uber lift. It is like Lutz saying the future will have self driving cars and they will be electronic grid driven and computer run and the cars will go 200 miles per hour on free ways to the destination in the next 25 years. He said also that in the today’s world all the cars are essentially the same, suspension, drive train etc the only thing different is the BRAND. So there is no need for different auto companies. that will be the future, too!!! yet when questioned about TESLA, lutz said there is no need to worry!!! In 2018 the company will have no money to go on!!! yet like me the street people talk about the the exuberance of the current auto market and they said that THEY WILL have another CRASH in 2018!!!! WHY 2018 and we know from lutz that tesla will have no money to exist, too. like the soviet union they only need the department of transportation and the community uber program for party members. THE FUTURE IS COMING, BUT WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN IN 2018? read lutz’s story in the sunday freepress…
Need a way to get to the polls? These ridesharing services want to help
(WXYZ) – Need a way to get to the polls? Several popular ridesharing services want to make sure you get there with ease.
Uber, Lyft and Zipcar are celebrating Election Day with new features and/or deals to get you to your polling location.
If you open the Uber app on November 8th, you’ll be reminded that it’s Election Day.
An in-app feature will show you your polling location and let you hail a ride with just a couple of taps. It’s all thanks to a partnership with Google.
If you’re new to Uber, the code VOTETODAY will get you $20 off your first ride.
Zipcar also wants to make the voting process zippy.
The car share company announced it’s making select cars free between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tuesday.
Zipcar is calling on members to take the cars, pick up some friends – and vote.
Lyft is also offering a promotion. Lyft confirms it will be giving riders 45 percent off the trip to their polling place. It’s meant to celebrate electing the 45th president.
But it’s just a one way discount.
The promotion runs from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. tomorrow and can be accessed through the company’s Deal of the Week email.
If you’re a first time rider, the code NOVEMBER8TH will get you $5 off your first 10 rides.