Uber, Lyft Drivers Switch to Teslas as Gas Prices Soar

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “Uber, Lyft Drivers Switch to Teslas as Gas Prices Soar” – below is their description.

Bloomberg’s Ed Ludlow joins Emily Chang to discuss why some Uber and Lyft drivers are finding that renting or buying a Tesla, the luxury electric car, has become a more profitable option amid soaring gas prices.

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