Communication between drivers and drivers. We work with a third party to facilitate phone calls and text messages between drivers and drivers, without sharing the actual phone number of one party with the other. But while we use a third party to provide the communication service, we collect information about those communications, including subscriber phone numbers, date and time, and SMS content. For security reasons, we may also monitor or record the content of phone calls made via the Lyft platform, but we will always inform you that we will do so before the call begins. This is the first page of the agreement. In the middle of the bold page, you`ll see that Uber is called a technology company as opposed to a transportation company. They claim to be a technological platform because their legal problems are just beginning with the CA AB5 act. Under this law and in order to comply with the ABC test under AB5, Uber will soon reveal the passenger locations to all drivers, as well as the length of the journey and revenues! Would he have done it anyway without the threat of AB5? I doubt it, but I see this new development as a big positive for CA pilots. I hope it will be the norm across the country. If Lyft follows Uber in this case, it won`t be seen! Any arbitration procedure implemented under this arbitration agreement is managed by the American Arbitration Association (AAA), in accordance with its consumerist arbitration rules, in effect at the time of the opening of the arbitration, as amended by the terms set out in this agreement. Copies of these rules are available on the AAA (www.adr.org) website (the “AAA Rules”) or by phone from the AAA at 1-800-778-7879. Regardless of the above, if they are requested by you and if appropriate on the basis of the facts and circumstances of the claims made, the arbitrator has the power to choose another sentence of the AAA rules, but under no circumstances can the arbitrator consolidate more than a person`s claims or, otherwise, preside over any form of representative procedure. , collective or class.
The parties may choose another arbitration administrator by mutual written consent. You and Lyft agree to waive our respective rights to settle disputes before a court by a judge or jury and agree to resolve all disputes through arbitration, as shown below. This conciliation agreement (“arbitration agreement”) is governed by federal arbitration law and is in place after the end of the agreement or the end of your relationship with Lyft. Any arbitration proceedings under this agreement take place on an individual basis; Class arbitration procedures and class actions are not permitted. Unless expressly stated below, this Arbitration Agreement applies to all claims (hereinafter referred to) between you and Lyft, including our subsidiaries, subsidiaries, parents, successors and beneficiaries of the transfer, as well as to each of our respective executives, directors, employees, representatives or shareholders. This arbitration agreement also applies to claims between you and Lyft`s service providers, including, but not exclusively, on background verification service providers and liquidators; and these service providers are considered to be the third-party beneficiaries of the arbitration agreement.