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    Please vote in the Poll. I believe that there should be a new statewide forum for all of New York State. There are many issues that concern all drivers in New York State equally, for example: Personal and Commercial Auto Insurance Child-Safety seat Laws Trade-Dress laws Unaccompanied minors...
  2. Binghamton & Syracuse
    Why is this the least active forum in the Entire State of New York ??! The first 4 listed below were all started about the same time. How is driving in this area? What stuff is happening? Is Lyft better than Uber? After almost 2 months, what do think of being an Uber/Lyft driver? Messages /...
  3. News
    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/03/nyregion/uber-lyft-via-ride-sharing-new-york.html Relief and Trepidation as Ride Hailing Spreads Across New York NY Times - JULY 3, 2017 - By SARAH MASLIN NIR and JAMES BARRON Brian Rybak, an Uber driver, in East Hampton, N.Y. He recently began working for...
  4. Rockland & Westchester
    Anyone driving in NYC-Suburbs (Rockland, Westchester or Long Island) or Upstate-NY (all of New York State north of NYC-Suburbs) may see this message in the Uber driver-App if you are not currently authorized by Uber to drive in those service areas. This may include NYC-TLC plated drivers, who...
  5. Albany
    Anybody here also live and or drive in either Schenectady, Troy, or Saratoga Springs? Do you think that Schenectady, Troy, or Saratoga Springs should have their own forum, be part of Albany, or "Schenectady, Troy, Saratoga Springs" should be added to this forum's name? The...
  6. Binghamton & Syracuse
    Welcome to this newly created "city" forum. Binghamton & Syracuse are both part of the new Upstate-NY region, which covers the entire state north of Rockland & Westchester Counties. The Governor of NYS recently signed legislation allowing Uber, Lyft, and other TNCs (Transportation Network...
  7. Albany
    Welcome to this newly created "city" forum. Albany is part of the new Upstate-NY region, which covers the entire state north of Rockland & Westchester Counties. The Governor of NYS recently signed legislation allowing Uber, Lyft, and other TNCs (Transportation Network Companies) to operate in...
  8. Buffalo & Rochester
    Welcome to this newly created "city" forum. Buffalo & Rochester are both part of the new Upstate-NY region, which covers the entire state north of Rockland & Westchester Counties. The Governor of NYS recently signed legislation allowing Uber, Lyft, and other TNCs (Transportation Network...
  9. Rockland & Westchester
    Is Uber taking a 20% or a 25% cut out of the gross earnings of NEW driver accounts in NYC-Suburbs or Upstate-NY? Uber sometimes takes only 20% out of the gross earnings of NEW driver accounts as an intensive when opening up new regions. It's one way to more rapidly grow the number of drivers in...
  10. New York State
    As of June 12, 2017. Get updated information here. ________________________________________ Summary: The NYS DMV has issued new emergency regulations in accordance with the new TNC law recently signed by the Governor, effective June 29, 2017. We've been awaiting clarifications. See 3rd post for...
  11. Rockland & Westchester
    The new TNC law changes many things. The answer to the question is also dependent on Uber, Lyft, and others, who must apply to NY State to become TNCs (Transportation Network Company). The approved TNCs in turn determine where their drivers can pickup after June 29, 2017. Currently, Lyft only...
  12. Connecticut
    There is a new forum for Westchester County and Rockland County in New York State. Some of the discussion about CT drivers adding Upstate-NY, that does not deal specifically with Connecticut issues, will gradually (or rapidly) move there.
  13. Western Massachusetts
    Is anybody left on this forum that has passed CORI? Eight thousand failed and were kicked out last April & May. :( There have been no posts in this forum (except for me) since Sept 7 2017. Before that it was May 7 2017, four months earlier. If so, do you drive Uber, Lyft, or both? How do they...
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