A passenger on a ride-hailing app may be in for a shock when he or she gets pulled over.

The driver, the Lyft driver, or both may be responsible for the passenger’s ticket.

The Lyft driver is responsible for paying the driver’s fare, the rider is responsible if he or her vehicle breaks down, and the rider has to pay for the driver.

But what if a passenger was riding the Uber ride-share app when the driver decided to pick him or her up?

The ride-sharing app is a common form of ride-ordering, but it’s one that requires some basic information and some common sense.

Here’s what you need to know about how to get a Lyft or Uber ride.

What are ride-shares?

Ride-sharing apps allow customers to hail rides to places they want to go and then pay for them.

Some ride-services, like Uber, have driver-partners who provide rides for the ride-user.

However, many ride-service providers also have customers who use their cars to rent them.

For example, Lyft and Uber charge users a fee to use their vehicles to pick up passengers.

If a passenger wants to use the Lyft service, the driver must get the driver to give him or herself a ride to a destination.

If the driver doesn’t give the passenger a ride, the ride may end up being picked up by a different driver.

For Lyft and other ride-trading services, a passenger may pick up a ride and have it returned to the same driver if the ride is returned to a different vehicle.

Lyft drivers are supposed to get their passengers back to the driver if they are injured or sick.

However, in many instances, Lyft drivers will refuse rides because they are not familiar with the ride.

If a passenger is injured or needs to be picked up, the passenger may not be able to pick that passenger up.

If Lyft drivers get their drivers to drive people back to their car, the passengers will be put at risk of being hurt or having their cars broken down.

Lyft driver safety tips are available on the company’s website.

When can I use Lyft?

Lyft rides are only available to passengers who have been registered to the Lyft app.

Lyft also requires riders to be at least 18 years old, have a valid driver license, and pass a background check.

Lyft drivers are required to report their license plates to the police, and they must report their passengers to Lyft and the police.

If someone is pulled over by Lyft or another ride-providing company, the person can choose to get an Uber.

The rider can also choose to go to the Uber driver’s location and ask for a ride.

The driver must have at least two hours of driving experience.

The ride-driving experience is limited to 30 minutes per trip.

The company is also required to keep a passenger’s name, home address, phone number, and driver’s license number.

Lyndon and Uber do not have a formal ride-planning process.

If you have any questions about using Lyft or any other ride sharing services, contact the Lyft customer service team at 1-800-TIP-LUPY or call 1-866-LUCASTRADE (1-866.255.5555).

If you have a question about Lyft, contact us.