The rental period length is flexible with no long-term commitment. Plus, every rental comes with unlimited Lyft miles and the flexibility to drive for personal use too. Insurance and maintenance are always included in the rental cost.
Prices and program details vary by city and rental car provider, so you’ll only be able to view those details once you begin the application process. Sign up here or check out the guide below to learn more.
To become an Express Driver:
- Apply to drive at lyft.com/expressdrive if the Express Drive program is available in your city
- If you're already an approved driver, visit the 'Vehicles' tab of your Driver Dashboard, then tap the 'Rent a Vehicle' button to get started
- You must be 25+ years old to rent a vehicle
- You must meet Lyft's driver requirements
- After you're approved to drive, you can schedule a vehicle pickup
- Once you provide a refundable deposit, you'll be able to pick up the vehicle and get on the road
Express Drive is available in the following cities:
Atlanta | Baltimore | Boston | Charlotte | Chicago | Cleveland | Dallas/Fort Worth |
Denver | Las Vegas | Los Angeles | Miami | Nashville |
New Orleans | Orange County | Orlando | Phoenix | Pittsburgh |
Portland | Richmond | Sacramento | Salt Lake City | San Antonio |
San Diego | San Francisco | San Jose | Seattle | Tacoma | Tampa Bay | Washington, D.C.
Atlanta | Austin | Baltimore | Detroit | Houston | Los Angeles |
New York City | Philadelphia | San Francisco | Seattle | Washington, D.C.
Atlanta | Chicago | Los Angeles | Milwaukee | Orlando
You can still drive with your own car if you also use a rental car. Car switching allows you to switch between multiple Lyft-approved vehicles.
You can use both cars, though if you're an active Express Drive renter you will not be eligible for Ride Challenges, regardless of which vehicle you use for Lyft approved rides.
If you're an active renter, all rides given with your personal vehicle will still count towards your Rental Rewards bonus and rental partners' ride requirements.
Note: Rental vehicles may only be driven out of state for official Lyft ride use, not for personal use.