Operations

Uber Drivers Grab Things That Don't Belong To Them

Posted on November 4, 2016

Photo via Pixabay (Alexas_Fotos)
Photo via Pixabay (Alexas_Fotos)
Uber Driver Strands Maryland Woman Without Her Luggage: Just after the start of the trip, the driver told her she wasn’t connected to his car. He pulled into a vacant lot about two miles from the airport and asked her for her phone. After realizing she was in a place where there were no people at the time, she got out, and the driver took off with her luggage. NBC 4 Washington article here

Uber Faces $5 Million Suit From San Francisco's Oldest Cab Company: Flywheel claims the city's taxi industry has lost 65% of its riders and 30% of its drivers as the result of Uber setting prices between 10% to 45% lower than that of taxi services, and that Uber can cover this cost thanks to investments from deep-pocketed venture capitalists. Engadget article here

Bay Area Uber Driver Arrested On Suspicion Of Groping And Stalking Female Passenger: The woman realized she had left her cellphone in the driver’s car and called him to return it. After he arrived, she went outside to retrieve her phone, and that’s when Liborio-Anorve kissed her and grabbed her breast, Lt. Zach Perron said. The Los Angeles Times article here

Uber Driver Accused Of Kidnapping Intoxicated Female Passenger From D.C. Bar: The driver was arrested Thursday Oct. 27 after authorities reviewed surveillance footage showing Westagne Pierre carrying the woman into a room at a College Park motel. New York Daily News article here

Related Topics: Maryland operators, San Francisco operators, Sexual Assault, TNC travesty, TNCs, Uber, Washington DC operators

Comments ( 0 )
More Stories
Article

Among The Leaders At The LCT Summit

AUG. LCT: The top operators in the luxury transportation industry who attended this year’s exclusive annual executive conference offer some best practices that can work in your operation.

Johnny McBride, owner of Lux Rides
News

Arizona Operator Goes From Gig To Good

eNews Exclusive: Johnny McBride would have never been exposed to the idea of a luxury transportation company if he hadn’t gotten his start as a part-time driver. 

Article

ELDs: Do You Really Need Them?

AUG. LCT: After April 1, 2018, drivers found out of compliance with electronic logging devices could be ordered out of service. Is your service at risk?