One of my favorite things about living in Dallas is that there is ALWAYS something to do. I swear, more often than not I have to stop and tell myself that I can’t go everywhere and do everything– if I went to every event, dinner invite, and outing I swear I would never sleep or have a night at home alone! More often than not, when I am headed to events, brunch, dinner, or out with my friends I know I am going to want to have a few drinks OR I just flat out don’t feel like driving (most spots in Dallas you end up paying to valet anyways), so I usually always take a Lyft to get to get safely to where I need to be.
I am also a paranoid freak about safety (hello single girl in the city and watching too many episodes of CSI), and with Lyft I love that not only can you see the info on your driver, but the make, model and color of their vehicle which is ALWAYS clearly market with a Lyft decal. I am often taking solo rides so this always bring some peace of mind. I usually take a standard Lyft if it is just me (which seats 4), but when I am with a group we usually use Lyft plus (which seats 6). For fancier occasions, or a night out you have the option of Lyft Premiere (think Mercedes, BMW, and luxury vehicles) or Lyft Lux (a black car service)! So literally whatever your destination is they have a vehicle to accommodate you.
Like I said, there are so many things I love about living in Dallas– but at the end of the day it is a big city with people always out and about. It’s so nice to have a reliable way to get around to my favorite spots without having to worry about driving. I even used Lyft to get to Northpark mall the other day on a Saturday because I didn’t want to deal with the nightmare parking there! Ha! Ridesharing services like Lyft have truly transformed the way we navigate the city and most importantly give everyone the option of a SAFE ride– which at the end of the day is what is most important to me!
Photos by: Alex- Never Lost Photography
**Thank you so much to Lyft for sponsoring this post. As always, all opinions are my own.**