A Lyft Scooters are seen parked in Washington, d.c., U.S., on March 29, 2019 at the latest. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
(Reuters) – Hyundai’s dealerships in the United States of america, will offer Lyft Inc. drives to customers to get their vehicles serviced by dealers, the companies said on Tuesday, in the latest in a series of partnerships with the ride and services company.
Dealers who subscribe to Hailer the application by CDK Global Inc., you will be able to offer a ride, without the customer having to re-install the Lyft app.
Lyft, which made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange a few months prior to Uber, has partnered with a number of companies in the provision of its services in a bid to gain share in a market dominated by larger rival Uber Technologies Inc in.
Last week, the company struck a deal with Agero Inc., to provide rides to consumers, including the need for a sleep aid, and it has also been the official ride from the Disney theme Parks and Resorts.
Last month, the company has entered into a partnership with Google’s Waymo implementation of the vehicles on the Lyft app.
Since they are on the market, the shares of both Lyft and Uber have been under pressure, with investors struggling to figure out how many of these companies are worth a visit. The journey from the companies do not have a time line for turning a profit.
Lyft was eur 30.7 million riders, and 1.9 million drivers in more than 300 cities and towns in the United States and Canada in the last year.
Reporting Vibhuti Sharma in Bengaluru; Editing by Arun Koyyur