The Taxi Spring, Uber and Lyft IPO disasters offer a new chance for the taxi Industry to bring safety and accountability back to transportation.

Hits: 44Market analysts are calling today’s launch of the Uber IPO onto the stock exchange “The worst performing stock in US Stock Market History” . The now ONE-day-old Uber stock went through a sharp crash, a slight up tick and then an even lower crash to round out the day with a more than 3 point (7.62%) loss. This of course follows the vicious cycle of losses suffered by Lyft’s IPO which was introduced last month. The Lyft stock currently trades at nearly half it’s initial value and still has…

Legal Aid for Accidents and assault

Hits: 102Ride Safe approved legal council. Legal resources for: victims of Rideshare, Taxi or other transportation provider negligence, theft or assault. Transportation providers effected by uninsured or poorly vetted transportation providers. Law Offices of Jason RichardAddress: 133 E Garfield Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53212 Hours: Open 24 hours Phone: (414) 232-1792 www.jrichardlaw.com Ride Safe does no profit from any legal actions taken or for referrals to legal council.

Uber falsifies claims of ending sexual assaults committed by drivers and openly obstructs law enforcement.

Hits: 16The featured image for this article is from Ride Safe’s ‘Stultz Report’. This is to date the most comprehensive database of incidents involving Taxis, Limos and Rideshare (Uber and Lyft) drivers through out the world.   In April, CNN found that 103 Uber drivers had been accused of sexually assaulting passengers. This is the highest rate of incidents reported in commercial ground transportation in the US for the four year period CNN covered. In that same time, less than 30 incidents were reported having involved the collective Taxi companies…

Uber’s latest partnership and driver status scams promise free education while defrauding customers and drivers.

Hits: 77One of Uber’s first partnership scams was a fraudulent lending sceme promoted by the ‘Uber Military’ program which defrauded 1100 US military personnel. The enlisted men and women were not allowed to deploy on active duty and retain their auto lending policies as Uber’s Lending company in the program would not honor the policies when soldiers were deployed. Uber’s lending partner in the program¬†Santander Consumer USA was ordered to pay over $9.35 million dollars in settlement. Since 2015 both Uber and Lyft have removed ‘Safe Rides’ fees after a…