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Lyft To Pay $300,000 To Settle New York Lawsuit

Posted on June 18, 2015
Lyft has agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit by the New York attorney general alleging that the ride-sharing company violated state and municipal laws.


The lawsuit, filed last July, accused San Francisco-based Lyft of failing to require its drivers to hold commercial operator's licenses, carry adequate insurance and comply with local for-hire licensing rules.

Los Angeles Times article here

New York Attorney General press release here

Related Topics: fleet insurance, lawsuits, Lyft, New York operators, regulatory enforcement, Safety & Insurance, state regulations, TNCs

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