Why Uber And Lyft Are Trying To Chauffeur Senior Citizens

Why Uber And Lyft Are Trying To Chauffeur Senior Citizens
Automotive

The car-hailing apps are launching new initiatives to cater to an older audience

Leo Lutero
  • 8 september 2016

Senior citizens, particularly those who live alone, can benefit a lot from on-demand car apps. However, studies have found that these individuals find fumbling around with apps and the like to be a challenge. To welcome seniors, Uber and Lyft are partnering with home care providers to let seniors enjoy hassle-free car hailing.

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