Could Ride-Sharing Save You Money In Miami?

Consider this before turning in your car: If you think it's cheaper to ditch your car and rely on Uber, Lyft and other ride-hailing services, you're likely wrong.

AAA has crunched the numbers saying - even factoring in fuel, insurance and parking - new car ownership sets you back about $10,000.

Ride-sharing in Miami, on the other hand, costs more than $17,000.

It may be best to save Uber and Lyft for an as-needed basis.


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