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Ridesharing company Lyft starting in Lawton today

The ridesharing company Lyft is coming to Lawton.

Starting at noon on Thursday, March 9th, citizens will be able to request a Lyft from anywhere in Lawton.

Lyft is an app based company which allows residents to download the Lyft app to their smartphone and then request a ride. Lyft is offering riders $5 off on their first ride with the company by using the promo code: LYFTLOVE17.

Lyft is available in over 300 cities around the country and relies on individuals in those cities to serve as their drivers. If you are interested in becoming a driver for Lyft you can find out more information on the process by going to their website at Drive with Lyft.

For a full list where Lyft is available, you can refer to our cities page.

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