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Right exactly. It's a conflict of interest. They'd rather not intentionally shrink their audience by excluding some people. Since many of the liability insurance falls on the drivers (as well as negligence), they really don't have a reason to advertise kids aren't allowed.
I will just bring a telephone book next time. Who says it has to be a specific booster.
That’s not true.
That's a pretty thoughtful response from a guy named, "Shady."
...or I guess you are know it from your own expertise.
I agree with everything you mentioned, but this reminds me of the critical difference between rideshare services and public transportation, i.e. the fact that the rideshare vehicles are private properties and public transportation vehicles (like buses and trains) are NOT. Plus the latter cannot deny service.
The interesting thing is that you can still be recorded while on a bus or a train because, ironically, you are in a public space and anyone can record you (as you have no expectation of privacy).
This sounds like a half-ass response to Lyft's subscription services.
Smart and evil passenger would throw the bag of drug under your vehicle's seat. That could get ugly as then it becomes the matter his word against mine? What a dreadful thought.