Comments on: In Uber’s fast expansion, big legal headaches Mon, 23 Mar 2015 20:11:41 +0000 hourly 1 By: SixthRomeo Wed, 17 Dec 2014 03:55:53 +0000 Anything that increases the amount of anarchy, the number of scofflaws on our streets, needs to be removed. Uber needs to be exposed for the organized crime connections, especially those in the “hospitality industry,” the money laundering abilities of the application, and the fostering of anarchy. If taxis need to be regulated then so do the criminals that work for and with Uber. No lies people, it isn’t cheaper.

By: taxiking22 Fri, 12 Dec 2014 01:16:30 +0000 coming from a taxi fleet owner these illegal ride sharing apps are not putting us out of business, nor are they having any affect with local cab companies here in ocean county.  we believe legislation has looked into the issues and have considered options for uber and lyft.  personally i like competition its one of the reasons ive been so successfull over the years.  for all of you who are not aware of what taxi and limo companies have to do to comply with regualtions i’ll break it down

apply for owner license from municipality $25-200 depending on town
hack license for driver only $15-350 depending on town
insurance whether it be 100k 300k or 1.5 million liability makes the average taxi/livery vehicle insurance premium cost $4200-7600 PER VEHICLE depending on the liability requirements mandated by town.

lastly daily operating costs-repairs,fuel,radio lease/dispatch

so if you can see why cab owners are a little angry thats why!!

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