Can I use my own car seat with Lyft?

Yes, you can bring your own car seat in Lyft vehicles and it is encouraged.

Can you Uber with your own car seat?

Yes, you can Uber with a baby but you’ll need to bring your own car seat to keep your child safe. There’s no Uber baby car seat option and it would be illegal and unsafe for your child to ride unrestrained.

Does Uber or Lyft provide car seats?

Before you ride

Uber Car Seat provides one forward-facing car seat for a child who is at least 2 years old, 22 pounds, and 31 inches tall. A child is too big at 48 pounds or 52 inches.

Will Uber take child without car seat?

Under the NSW Road Rules, any child under 7 years old transported in ridesharing vehicles is required to be secured in the correct child restraint.

Can you drive LYFT with your child?

Children are more than welcome to join you in a Lyft ride, but they can’t ride without an adult. You should plan on bringing your own car seat for children that need one.

How do you Uber with a toddler?

To travel in an Uber with a baby under 12 month old, you must bring your own child seat and you will be responsible for installing it. Don’t panic – all the Uber drivers we have had while traveling have always been patient while we installed our own child seats.

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Can I drive uber eats with my child?

Driving for UberEATS is the perfect job for a stay at home mom! The hours are flexible, you can use your own car and you can even bring your kids, pets or friends with you while you deliver!

Can my husband ride with me while I drive for Lyft?

It is against Lyft and Uber TOS to have anyone riding with you. You cannot have anyone riding with you while you have a passenger in the car. If you drive a standard car, you are allowing 4 other passengers, with a safety restraint for every one of them. Having a ride along limits this to three.

Can I have a friend ride with me while I Lyft?

Passenger Rules with Lyft

Lyft operates under the same rules as Uber for non-paying customer passengers. According to Lyft’s Help section, Lyft drivers should not bring extra passengers who are family and friends along during their drives. For Lyft, it’s also an issue of comfort and safety for their paying customers.