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Owner Says He Was Wrongly Singled Out After NY Crash

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Posted on May 8, 2019
Legal operators are getting caught in the crosshairs (Photo: Pixabay user Ramdlon)

Legal operators are getting caught in the crosshairs (Photo: Pixabay user Ramdlon)

Michael Rosenthal, president of Today's Limousine, testified May 2 before the state Senate's transportation committee in Albany that one of his drivers, operating an eight-passenger Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van he owns, was pulled over at JFK Airport by DOT inspectors on Oct. 18 and told the vehicle had to be taken off the road immediately due to safety concerns.

"We have lost $60,000 to date with this vehicle being off the road," Rosenthal said. "We also had the registration of 30 of our vehicles wrongly suspended twice for a misinformation glitch. It was a miscue, and we paid the price for that."

Times Union article here

Related Topics: legal issues, limo crashes, New York, New York operators, New York state regulations

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