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In case this happens in the future, I would offer one alternative path that might work if you happen to use Uber/Lyft at other times: simply ask the driver if they would be interested in working at that specific time to take the ride. Unless Manhattan has increased vastly in population since I last lived there, anyone doing that sort of service is going to ...


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The issues with Uber/Lyft along with nearly all other companies (at least in the UK) is that the drivers are not employed and choose when/where they work. It is very important under tax/employment regulations that the company don't get seen as an employer, hence they can't act as an employer. The company you have made a booking with can't force any driver ...


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Sounds like your issue has been resolved by changing your departure time, but I'll leave my experience here for future readers. While it is technically possible to schedule an Uber/Lyft ride in advance, I've never felt comfortable with it for early flights, even in a major metropolitan area (Minneapolis). For one thing, the pickup window is pretty wide - ...


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No. You'll definitely need a different backup plan. Source: It is currently 4:23 am on July 27, 2020 in Kansas and when I try to order an Uber from Manhattan, KS to Manhattan Regional Airport, KS, Uber shows "No Cars Available". (Note: Uber availability is based on your starting point, not your destination. If you start in Kansas City, you can take ...


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