- Actually, Lyft can deactivate your account for any reason, but they’ll only do so if you do something that violates their terms of service or puts a passenger at risk.
- They don’t want to deactivate drivers, as that means fewer people to serve passengers and ultimately a lower bottom line.
Lyft May REACTIVATE Drivers Who Have Been Deactivated!!
Lyft Drivers Who Were DEACTIVATED May Get 2nd Chance!
Yes, you can reapply for Lyft after being deactivated.
There are a number of reasons why someone might be deactivated from the service. For example, if they have an expired driver’s license or insurance, they will not be able to drive with Lyft again until those issues are resolved.
Your driver account may be deactivated for a number of reasons, including:
-A low rating from passengers.
-A high number of complaints from riders or drivers.
-An excessive number of cancellations.
-A violation of our Terms of Service.
Lyft does not suspend drivers. Lyft drivers can be temporarily deactivated if they are reported for driving unsafely, violating the Terms of Service, or engaging in other violations.
The best way to get reactivated on Lyft is to contact the Lyft Support team. If you are not able to reach them directly, please email us at [email protected] and we will assist you.
If you would like to deactivate your Lyft account, simply go to the app and tap on “Account Settings” then select “Deactivate Account.” You will then be asked to confirm that you want to deactivate your account.
You can be inactive on Lyft for up to 24 hours before you will be removed from the app.
Lyft deactivates drivers that fall under the minimum rating of 4.6.
Lyft has a strict policy about fraudulent activity, and it is likely that your account will be disabled indefinitely. In cases of fraud, Lyft will investigate the situation and may take action against the user.