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Old 05-05-2015, 09:53 PM   #18
B6T
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While I'm not too fond of a nanny state either, the current licensing and insurance regulations required for legitimate taxis are justified.

Let's say you get into a cab and the driver loses control, gets in an accident, and you are injured so bad that you're off work for a year. You suffer obvious financial losses and otherwise.

How do you think this situation would play out if you were in a proper insured and licensed cab versus if you were in the back of some dude from uber's 1997 Sentra where he hasn't disclosed that hes operating as a taxi?
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