Tell the CPUC: Uber-rich corporations should be liable for death and injury [Action complete]

The rise of Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) such as Uber and Lyft, providing services similar to taxicabs but without the same protections, has opened a dangerous gap in public safety and security – one that you can help persuade the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to remedy if you act now.

On July 10, the CPUC will consider a proposal to clarify insurance regulations governing TNCs. It would impose a million-dollar commercial coverage requirement on a TNC as soon as a driver opens an online “app” to signal availability to pick up paying passengers – “app on,” as it’s called – and the requirement would remain in force until “app off,” when the driver is no longer available for hire. Read more here.

Feel free to customize the sample letter below to add your support to the proposed regulation.