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  1. Toronto (Ontario)
    So I was 17 points from Platinum this morning, so I turned the UBER App on after noon, looking to get 6 short rides, to lock in Platinum until the end of January 2021. I got a couple short rides while I did my Sunday errands. Eventually, I got a ride to the Airport, and then another ride (not...
  2. Canberra
    ACT Policing media release (extract): Share the road slow to 40kms - October Traffic Focus Publish date: Thursday, 3 October 2019, Publish time: 11:49am As part of the October road safety campaign, ACT Policing and the Emergency Services Agency are reminding drivers to slow to 40km/h when...
  3. Canberra
    From Thursday 26 April 2019, the rules for passing stationary emergency vehicles in New South Wales will change but there will be no change to the ACT rules. From that date, drivers in New South Wales will be required to slow to 40 km/h only where the speed limits are less than 90 km/h. On...
  4. Washington DC
    Hi all, I'm a WSJ journalist doing an in-depth look at why people are using rideshare like Uber and Lyft to get to the Emergency Room. I'm focusing on the DC-metro area and looking for driver experiences. I was curious if any of you had driven distressed or injured pax and would be interested...
  5. Canberra
    The NRMA is campaigning to have the new road rule in the ACT and NSW limiting speeds when passing emergency vehicles to 40 km/h extended to cover passing emergency breakdown vehicles (as already happens in Western Australia). This is what the NRMA has to say: New Slow Down, Move Over policy...
  6. Canberra
    The ACT and New South Wales governments have announced the introduction of 40 km/h speed limits around emergency vehicles. From this Saturday (14 April) motorists in the ACT will be required to slow down to 40 km/h when passing emergency service vehicles on the roadside. However, New South...
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