If you're driving the streets of for Uber or Lyft and you want to look out for your customers as well as yourself, keep lots of Purell ready and available. A new study found the back seats of those ride sharing vehicles have 35,000 times more germs than a toilet seat, 219 times more than a taxi and three times more than a rental car or a toothbrush holder.

Most of the germs were found on window buttons and seat belts.

The study, conducted by insurance company Netquote, looked at nine cars in total - three ride share vehicles, three taxis and three rental cars.
After hearing this I guess the same rules apply, put the seat down when you leave the vehicle.

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