A new draft law, which envisages a fundamental change of delebilstjenester as Uber and Lyfts way to operate, just placed on the table in the us state of North Carolina.
the Proposal, which has been given the name of The Passenger Protection Act, proposes, among other things, to delebilerne and their drivers are subject to many of the same requirements as provided for ordinary taxi drivers.
It writes Business Insider.
this means that The individuals who, for example, running as the Uber-drivers of evening, may be forced to equip their own car with a bright taxaskilt.
The new requirement comes barely two weeks after the 21-year-old student Samantha Josephson was murdered, after she had put herself into the wrong car in North Carolina.
What she thought was the Uber she had ordered, turned out instead to be a random car belonging to 24-year-old Nathaniel David Rowland. By means of børnelåsen in the car he kept her locked up and drove off with her.
Samantha Josephsons body was subsequently found in a forest by a bunch of hunters.
in Addition to the illuminated signs on the car, the new laws also require drivers and delebilstjenester to share far more information than they do today.
for Example, passengers and authorities will be able to see a picture of the driver, a description of the car and its license plate as well as store information on where the car has been.
If the bill becomes a reality, will North Carolina wipe out some of the things that have helped to separate the delebilerne from ordinary taxis.
Also the neighboring state of South Carolina is in the process of realizing a similar legislation, which can impose the Uber drivers to have reflective stickers on the car so any passengers not in doubt that it is the right car, the the rising into.
Uber and Lift have not yet commented on the proposed legislation.