Are you saying Lyft can no longer deactivate us for having a low acceptance rate?This article is a bit dated, Jan. 29, 2015. There's been a number of things that have happened since then that's already impacted us. Getting deactivated on acceptance rates for example.
As much as I appreciate your personal anecdotal testimony, what I asked is about Lyft's legal rights. Your post, which I had quoted, seemed to suggest that Lyft was no longer legally permitted to deactivate a driver for having a low acceptance rate. Is that, in fact, true or not? Thanks.I think that unless you flat out refuse everything, you'll be okay.
I always refuse pool/line unless it's incentivized.
I do both Uber/Lyft at the same time. I often forget to kill the Lyft app after getting an Uber request. And sure enough, l'll get a Lyft ping. Sometimes several times a day.
All I get is the occasional nasty email from them about Acceptance. I guess I do enough and my rating is high enough that they'd rather keep me then can me.
I try to avoid canceling as much as possible but sometimes you have to. Still, no problem. (I cancel way more Ubers then Lyft.)