When you open up the Lyft or Uber app in the Lake Tahoe area, you’re likely to encounter a long wait time or notice that there are only a few cars available on the road. But this isn’t because there aren’t enough drivers on the apps. If you’ve requested a ride from a town like King’s Beach or South Lake Tahoe, there may be plenty of empty cars just across the border in Nevada — but they can’t pick you up.
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