Same Earnings. Easier to Understand. 

We’ve updated the way we display your earnings in the app and Dashboard. To start, we want to be clear that what you earn won’t change. You’ll just be able to see all the details about your earnings: the amount you take home, what the passenger paid, Lyft fees, your city’s rates, and more.

Know What You’ll Earn

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In the new ‘Rate Card’ section of the Dashboard, you can see your city’s base fares, time and distance rates, and more for all ride types.

See What’s Yours

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We’ve removed Lyft fees for you, so you can see what matters most: the amount you take home. No math required.

Understand the Details

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Your new Earnings Breakdown includes Lyft fees, what the passenger paid, and more.

The Breakdown also includes a new ‘Lyft Received’ Section. What your passenger pays can be more or less than your rate — so the total here can be positive or negative. If it’s positive, we put that amount toward operating the Lyft business. If it’s negative, it means we’re covering the difference between what you earned and what your passenger paid. This total also includes the Service Fee that we’ve charged passengers on your behalf.

Tap ‘Ride History’ in the app, and ‘Driving History’ on your Dashboard to see this new view.

As a reminder, you can find all the details about Lyft fees in the Lyft Terms of Service and Commission Schedule.