Ok so here in Boston the three major car sharing services are Uber, Lyft, and Fasten. Over at least past couple months I've had driver's vehicles on all three apps listed as things they are not- in the sense they claim to be hybrid or electric when in fact they are the standard gas/petrol model. For example, the App says the driver had a Camry Hybrid, when in fact they have a normal Camry. Or a RAV4 EV (electric vehicle) when it is not electric at all. Or a Lexus RX Hybrid when it's an RX350. My question is does why is this happening? Do drivers have an monetary incentive to claim they have a hybrid and the corporation is not verifying the vin#? Are these companies trying to inflate their environmental standanding by overstating the number of hybrids in their fleet? This doesn't seem like a huge deal, but I feel like there is something shady about it, esp considering Lyft and Ubers past business tactics. I haven't bothered to ask the drivers, which would be the easiest answer perhaps. Any thoughts?