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- 2 days ago

‘Rideshare Rapist’ case exposes flaws in Lyft background checks https://t.co/90gXwiQilJ
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- 2 days ago

Uber drivers “employees” for unemployment purposes, NY labor board says https://t.co/p4pqcnAhZQ #RideResponsibly
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- 4 days ago

Uber driver fired after passenger claims he urinated in bottle https://t.co/PXPdo02NJI #RideResponsibly
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- 4 days ago

Uber Driver Calls Drake and Driver 'F***ing Idiot' for Dinging Car https://t.co/HIGV44W4Sy via @TMZ #RideResponsibly
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- 6 days ago

Uber's troubled culture persists, as sensitivity 'blind spots' raise new questions https://t.co/Xjrcn9eeOn #RideResponsibly
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- 6 days ago

Uber driver sexually assaulted passenger, lost his phone in her apartment, police say https://t.co/kZZOWm0aOe #RideResponsibly
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- 6 days ago

Uber HR exec steps down after claims she made racist comments about Black employees surface https://t.co/sd3IemOyQrhttps://t.co/8p6ockPrk8
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- 6 days ago

Uber faces federal investigation over alleged gender discrimination https://t.co/QSJ0CZVA3B via @WSJ #RideResponsibly
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- 10 days ago

Rye Brook: Uber driver faces new sex abuse charge https://t.co/E4y4Y4ax8s via @lohud #RideResponsibly
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- 10 days ago

Uber's HR chief steps down after racial discrimination probe https://t.co/V66uFwVU2H via @CNNMoney #RideResponsibly
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- 10 days ago

Uber saved its London business. Europe may be tougher to crack https://t.co/gBTWPBLDE2 via @CNNMoney #RideResponsibly
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- 16 days ago

Uber driver accused of assaulting Rye Brook woman https://t.co/k6NReeR8Z7 via @lohud #RideResponsibly
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- 17 days ago

Lyft Driver Accused of Stabbing Passenger Isn't Violent: Friend https://t.co/2voQiE05xL via @nbcsandiego #RideResponsibly
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What Is Ride Responsibly?

Ride Responsibly™established in 2015 by the National Limousine Association, seeks to enlighten and inform the public  in an effort to ensure safer ground transportation, as well as corporate responsibility for the rights and well-being of private ground transportation drivers. The campaign bridges an industry-wide gap between the rights of passengers and drivers and the responsibility of service providers. Ride Responsibly® encourages you to Think Before You App®.

 

View our 2018 Public Service Announcement: Terms and Conditions 

View our 2016/17 Public Service Announcement: The Driving Game 

View our 2015/16 Public Service Announcement: Digital Hitchhiking 

National Incident Map

Until all private ground transportation service providers are held to the same regulatory, safety and employment standards, it is our responsibility to shed light on the horrific and troubling incidents involving ride-hailing application services, including acts of violence, sexual assault, unsafe/unlicensed operation of a vehicle and many others, which could be combatted with safety and legislative measures.

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THE PROOF: Ride-Hailing App Concerns Are Real

 

“Ride Responsibly’s Position:”

“Innovation is what makes our society great, but with great technological advances comes a responsibility to ensure the protection and safety of those who embrace and utilize that progress.”

“Due to the perilously incomprehensive background checks used by ride-hailing apps, we must establish a new nationwide standard, inclusive of fingerprinting for all ground transportation providers.”

“It is crucial for state and local governments to develop proactive legislation as our industry continues to change and the market expands… As the global voice of the private driver transportation industry, we feel it is our obligation to create a safer and more accountable system for passengers and operators.”

“While it is important that we champion new and advantageous technology that allows our country to remain a model for the rest of the world, it is also important that we require operators to remain part of the equation as the economic and safety implications are tremendous.”

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