The two firms have different approaches to reporting: Uber says it listed 1,573 entries, one for each individual driver suspended or deactivated for such conduct. Lyft says it instead listed 18,178 entries, including every “record” concerning each suspension or deactivation, as well as 17,299 cases where the driver instead received an education or warning. The reports cover Aug. 31, 2019 to Sept. 1, 2020.