“I think that gets to the root of what we’re saying,” NetChoice Executive Director Steve DelBianco told reporters April 27. He said a state imposing rates, rules and audits “needs to be a regime where I have a physical presence allowing me to have some say in my state government and in my regulations.”
Fellow drivers in Seattle are in danger of losing many of the freedoms that make ridesharing so appealing. Drivers no longer would be able to work when, where and how long they want. They could be forced into legally binding agreement that mandate minimum or maximum working hours and limit their shifts to certain days or set times.