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Need Legal Advice on Driving for Uber or Lyft? Find the Answers Here.

Posted by: RideGuru Team in Driver Community 3 months, 1 week ago

Driving for Uber and Lyft is made to seem simple. Download the app, sign up, and start driving! However, there are many legal gray areas when it comes to rideshares and sometimes drivers are breaking the laws without even realizing it. To ensure you are armed with the correct knowledge, RideGuru along with LegalRideshare hosted a livestream on February 9th, to discuss the following hot topics.

The event was extremely successful and many drivers walked away saying how informative, simple, and helpful Attorney ...

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Phoenix’s Sky Harbor Airport Has A New Rideshare Fee

Posted by: Lilly Kenyon in Driver Community , Rider Community , Rideshare Knowledge 3 months, 1 week ago

Uber Airport Fee

Recently Phoenix imposed a new fee for all Uber and Lyft rides to and from the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The council voted 7-2 for the fees to be placed on all rideshare services to and from the airport. Due to a technicality, there was a revote in December, which upheld the original vote’s decision of 7-2 in favor of imposing the fee. The two months between the original vote and the revote saw Uber and Lyft putting in a great deal of effort to lobby the city council to rethink their vote. Lyft even threatened to stop offering ...

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Is Uber Just A Payment Collection Agency For Drivers Now? Must Read For All Drivers & Passengers.

Posted by: Sergio Avedian in Driver Community , Rideshare Knowledge 3 months, 2 weeks ago

I have written extensively in the past about the changes Uber has implemented for California drivers since November of 2019! They are seemingly positive but Uber decided to push a new PAA (Platform Service Agreement) through the app on January 6. 2020. All drivers were forced to sign it in order to log on to the platform and earn a living. Before the PAA there was the TSA (Technology Services Agreement) in 2019 and TOS (Terms of Service). They are all long legal documents and I doubt that other than a handful of drivers a vast majority will not waste ...

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Is Ola Taking Over the RideShare Industry?

Posted by: Felicia Dodge in Rideshare Knowledge 3 months, 2 weeks ago

If you haven’t heard of Ola yet, just give it a little time. Uber and Lyft still dominate the rideshare industry, but Ola is on the rise. 

Ola Cabs is better known as Ola. They are a ridesharing company based out of Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Though they are based in India, they have an ever growing international presence with drivers in the U.K., New Zealand, and Australia, covering over 250 cities, for now, with more than one and a half million drivers internationally. In less than ten years, Ola has grown from a small online cab aggregator in Mumbai to ...

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GM’s Electric and Autonomous Vehicles

Posted by: Bekah Wheeler in Rideshare Knowledge 3 months, 2 weeks ago

GM Autonomous Vehicle

GM has proved they are a contender in the electric and autonomous vehicle market. The company announced in mid-January 2020, they have plans to re-engineer the Detroit-Hamtramck to begin producing their electric and autonomous vehicles with a budget of $2.2 billion. The plant will be completely devoted to GM’s electric and autonomous vehicles. 

GM has been making some large changes in their company. They have joined forces with LG Chem to create electric car batteries at a new plant in Lordstown, Ohio. The batteries will be used in the cars produced at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant, which had been scheduled to ...

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