By Andrew Gee/ReutersA major source of Uber and other ride-sharing companies’ revenues is its ability to create and maintain a fleet of self-driving cars that are self-sustaining.

Uber’s fleet, the most advanced in the industry, now accounts for roughly 10% of the market, according to data from research firm Forrester.

Lyft, a competitor to Uber, has built its fleet in partnership with a number of major car companies, including Ford, GM, and Volvo.

Lyft’s fleet also has some of the most autonomous driving technology, with the company’s fleet of autonomous vehicles having the best driving-related accuracy among the industry’s big four car companies.

The data also shows that Lyft and Uber are far ahead of the competition.

For example, Lyft’s car-sharing fleet, with about 10,000 vehicles, has the highest accuracy rate of all the car-sales companies, according a recent report by Forresters.

That includes Google’s self-propelled car (SPA) fleet, which has a rating of 92.5% in Forrers ranking.

Lyndababy’s data also showed that Lyft has a large lead in the market in terms of self the-driving vehicle market.

Its fleet is the most technologically advanced in all of the car companies’ fleets, according Toffee.

The car companies are also leading in terms on the number of self driving cars that can be driven on a given day.

The Uber and Volvo fleets have also grown substantially, with Lyft now having about 3,200 vehicles and Volvo having about 1,600 vehicles.

But, as noted by Forres, these are still small numbers compared to the numbers of autonomous cars that the companies have on their fleets.

Uber has more than 300,000 autonomous cars on its fleet, while Volvo has about 40,000 cars.

Lyft has about 5,000 self-drive cars, and the companies both have around 10,200 autonomous cars in their fleets, for a total of around 75,000.

In the coming months, the two companies are expected to announce new autonomous vehicle technology, which would allow them to bring more vehicles to market faster.

Lyft said in September that it plans to have vehicles on the market by 2021.