Five Must Know Facts About NJ's New TNC Law

Posted on February 15, 2017

Photo via Flickr user Alfredo Mendez
Photo via Flickr user Alfredo Mendez
During the three-year struggle between the Legislature and ride-share companies over consumer protections, Uber threatened to leave New Jersey. Fearing Uber would exit just as it did in Austin, Texas, lawmakers made concessions and a deal was struck. And on Feb. 10,  Gov. Chris Christie signed into law compromise licensing legislation embraced by both Uber and Lyft.

Now that they're here to stay, here's what you need to know. article here

Related Topics: insurance policies, legislation, Lyft, passenger safety, regulatory enforcement, Safety, Safety & Insurance, state regulations, TNCs, Uber

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