Uber Hits Snags In CA, Cities As It Faces Tough Questions

Posted on April 23, 2014

Here are the latest developments on the largest issue facing the chauffeured transportation industry:

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Comments ( 3 )
  • John Torres

     | about 5 years ago

    Well I agree that all they do is pretty much underhanded but there is no arguing with e technology. It's their circumventing of law and ordinances that's really making them the talk and the target of many. I say fight fire with fire. Fight for zone deregulations and lower insurance premiums and the right to work independently. I'am the founder and creator of a fully compliant group. We ask and make sure that any applicant to use our proprietary software is fully compliant with the law we just started to build in Denmark we operate of Northern NJ and some parts of Pennsylvania are in our target. A company can use Ubers technology to advance and grow without violating laws and ordinances. With us our drivers are partners. Soon we will be all over the nation without a single law suite against us thanks to Ubers and Lyfts' dirty deeds. Fight fire with fire don't spend money on loosing legal battles.

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