NLA Rebuts TNC Claims About Background Checks

Posted on January 23, 2018
(Pixabay Creative Commons image)
(Pixabay Creative Commons image)

NEW YORK -- Following Uber and Lyft's recent responses to its Public Service Announcement (PSA), the National Limousine Association (NLA) is renewing its call for legislation mandating fingerprint-based background checks and universal drug screening for ride-hailing service drivers.

NLA press release here

Related Topics: background checks, criminal incidents, driver behavior, Lyft, National Limousine Association, regulatory enforcement, TNCs, Uber

Comments ( 1 )
  • Mark Maffia

     | about 10 months ago

    From day one Uber and Lyft have been car services and political parties benefit from the huge donations these companies have made therefore our politicians have all turned the other way when it comes to these entities Unfortunately it will take a bad incident to someone’s daughter or son by an unlicensed person to get anything accomplished It amazes me at how blind these people are

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