Over 80% of Drivers Want to Remain Independent While Receiving New Benefits
Learn more about a ballot question that will allow app-based rideshare and delivery drivers to remain independent while providing them with new benefits.
App-Based Drivers Want to Be Independent
A lawsuit in Massachusetts could change the status quo, and force independent drivers to become employees. This radical change could force drivers to work set schedules, report to a manager, drive for only one app, and significantly reduce or eliminate the flexibility drivers value most.
Massachusetts voters can protect the flexibility that drivers love. Most drivers choose this work because they need the flexibility to earn money on their own schedules.
A typical employment schedule just doesn’t work for me, but Instacart does."
Prossie N.Driver, Waltham
The freedom of choosing when I drive, where I drive and how long I drive is everything to me."
Luis R.Driver, Milford
I am so grateful to be able to balance my responsibilities and create new memories with my family, while still being able to make money on my own time to support them. Driving with DoorDash has truly been a blessing."
Pamela B.Driver, Springfield
Driving with Lyft allows me to spend quality time with my daughter and gave me the time to help conduct her at-home schooling with her when schools were closed due to the pandemic."
Marcus C.Driver, Dorchester
Being independent and choosing my hours is what allows me to do this work and earn money while getting an education."
Raya D.Driver, Springfield
Join us to secure flexibility for drivers while providing new benefits
Stand with thousands of drivers who have joined our campaign to secure drivers rights to drive when, where and how they want.