LOS ANGELES: But it appears Uber still will be permitted to dispatch professionally licensed drivers for pickups.
The leading Capitol Hill newspaper reports that tougher regulations on coachbuilders are unlikely any time soon.
Such assaults on chauffeurs are becoming more common as reported in the April issue of LCT Magazine.
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The annual rave festival near Las Vegas requires chauffeured service with a rejuvenating touch.
The lawsuits allege that plaintiffs modified the bus to remove some of the safety features and block emergency exits.
The program will go over the latest employment laws and how they affect risks and claims for limo operators.
The Greater California Livery Association is talking to state legislators about two key pieces of proposed limo safety legislation.
Police said the bus was leased to the operator.
The proposal would allow Uber to apply for a limousine service license and wipe out rules that have hindered its entry into the lucrative Miami-Dade County market.
LCT editor Martin Romjue demonstrates how to request a vehicle through Uber for a tech panel discussion this month.
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The company never paid for a license in Santa Monica despite an amnesty period in which they could have dodged most of the penalties.
As legislative session nears an end, industry leaders call for action.
Lower-priced options are becoming necessary now that Uber is facing competition from other on-demand transportation apps.
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