It's 1 a.m. when your Uber or Lyft pulls up. The kitchen is closed at the bar you're leaving, so your dreams of getting deep-fried appetizers have been dashed.
Now you might be a bit faded, but not faded enough to ask your driver to take you to a drive-through. Most drivers don't like it when drunk people start sloppily munching on fast food in their back seat. Plus there are other riders to consider.
But Lyft's new partnership with Taco Bell won't frown on your late-night munchies -- instead, it celebrates them.