Delaware legislation please end rideshare fraud in DelawareRead the petition
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We, the undersigned, demand that the Delaware state legislature enact immediate legislation to end the fraud and constant threat to public safety caused by the Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft.
The recent terrorist attack in New York was committed by a man who had been driving for both Uber and Lyft under the same current regulatory conditions that exist in Delaware.
Every day a rideshare driver assaults a customer or causes an uninsured wreck somewhere in the continental US.
The frequency of assaults committed by rideshare (TNC) drivers in the US alone is several times that of the combined vetted Taxi providers of north America AND the UK.
Current state legislation in Delaware allows rideshare (TNC) companies to operate without proper insurance and with no actual background check process on each driver.
We demand that the Delaware state legislation enact the following requirements to prevent future incidents committed by rideshare drivers and eliminate the threat to the general public.
-Mandate that each rideshare (TNC) driver Contact and provide proof of contact with their own insurance provider, lease provider, warranty provider and service provider that their vehicle is being used commercially (like any Taxi driver or Taxi company is expected to).
-Mandate that each rideshare (TNC) driver Properly inform the department of transportation, department of motor vehicles and/or other regulatory authority for motor vehicles that they are using their vehicle commercially (Like any taxi driver is expected to).
-Mandate that each rideshare (TNC) driver Provide PROOF posted for the customers in their vehicle that they have their own proper insurance to provide commercial transportation and a photo ID indicating that they are the actual person authorized to operate the vehicle (like any taxi driver is expected to).
-Mandate that each rideshare driver Receive at least a half hour of training and drive testing with a live human being who has assessed their ability, temper and capability when driving (Taxi drivers are typically mandated to receive at least FOUR hours of training in most states).
-Mandate that ALL rideshare (TNC) vehicles and the ID of all drivers be on hand for immediate law enforcement compliance from a LIVE person over the phone with the Rideshare TNC company (just like with any taxi company).
-Mandate that ALL rideshare (TNC) vehicles carry an individually specifically numbered visible sticker or window tag on the front and rear of each vehicle AT ALL TIMES (just like with any taxi company).
-Mandate that all rideshare (TNC) companies maintain a LIVE monitor and customer compliance agent to be available for customers, complaints AND public reports and complaints at ALL TIMES (just like with any taxi company).
-Mandate that each rideshare (TNC) company maintain insurance, vetting and vehicle inspection update reports on each vehicle and driver at least once a month (less than HALF of what Taxi companies are mandated to do).