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Ok - I keep hearing about Lyft and Uber, are they that much of a "thing" these days? I'd just call a taxi myself.
Yes they're a big deal in most cities. Much easier and quicker than a normal taxi and usually cheaper, but not always. I rarely rent a car anymore when I fly anymore unless I'm going to be doing a lot of driving to more remote places. Zorba more difficult for you because mostly driven by your hated devices. You may be able to order a car without one, but not sure.
My big issue with such things. . ."What's an 'app'?"But yeah, go figure. They make the offer - to people who can't afford a car, much less a firearm - of a free ride to an event where they can be bombarded with propaganda telling them how evil it is to own a car or a gun, thus keeping their minds in a place where they are constantly dependent on other people's cars for their transportation and other people's guns for their protection. It's all about perpetuating their business.
I use Uber far more than Lyft personally, but until this it's mainly because my credit card comes with $200 in Uber credits a year. I've only had a few questionable experiences with ride share companies, and considering that for a long time I was taking one a few times a week that's actually pretty good. Uber/Lyft is such a legitimate enterprise that the .gov authorizes claiming them on travel vouchers as a taxi service. I personally can't believe Yellow Cab and the like are still in business. Every time I price shop, Uber is quicker than, and about half the cost of a cab. Anywho, looks like my strong preference towards Uber is even stronger now.
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