Drudge Retort: The Other Side of the News
Wednesday, November 22, 2017

A Colorado regulator on Monday fined Uber with a nearly $9 million penalty, after an investigation revealed that 57 people with criminal and motor vehicle offenses were allowed to drive with the ride-hailing company. The commission said it found 57 drivers had issues that should've disqualified them from driving for Uber, including felony convictions for driving under the influence and reckless driving, while others had revoked, suspended or canceled licenses.

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Uber: taxis without regulations. Just last night on the local news from Miami, Uber drivers were caught ripping off customers, Uber doesn't even take phone calls from patrons who have been mistreated. Where I work is close to the airport, they have to rope off the entire property every night to prevent Uber drivers from using the company's yard as a toilet. When you get in an Uber car you have no real way of knowing who is driving that car but you can know that he is not necessarily the background checked, safe driver Uber tells you he is. Personally, I'm not a fan of Uber. When I need a taxi, I'll just call a taxi. I know they aren't perfect always but I feel safer than with Uber.

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