Uber and similar services use smartphone apps to link people wanting a ride to private drivers who are willing to drive them. The passengers pay a fee to the ride-hailing service, which then pays the drivers.
Uber and similar services use smartphone apps to link people wanting a ride to private drivers who are willing to drive them. The passengers pay a fee to the ride-hailing service, which then pays the drivers. The Associated Press File photo
Uber and similar services use smartphone apps to link people wanting a ride to private drivers who are willing to drive them. The passengers pay a fee to the ride-hailing service, which then pays the drivers. The Associated Press File photo
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March 16, 2016 10:11 AM

Police pan bill to exempt Uber and taxis from local regulations at Missouri Senate hearing

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