"Can I make a reservation?" Until now, most ride-hailing services have said no. But this summer, Lyft is rolling out a new feature called Scheduled Rides to let you plan trips up to 24 hours in advance.
The trips will work identically to a normal Lyft booking, according to an Lyft spokesperson, only now you can schedule them ahead of time. There's no extra charge for a Scheduled Ride, though there will be a minimum fee for the trip. Lyft is still testing how surge pricing might affect a scheduled booking.
If you need to cancel, you can do so up to 30 minutes before your reservation. You also won't have to worry about a car showing up with other passengers already seated -- Scheduled Rides will be exclusive to you and your party, said a Lyft rep.