Come back to me in a year or so, rookie dilettante, and let us see how nice your "comfortable" car is. Let us see how it looks after you have beat it up by driving it over these crummy streets in horrid traffic conditions. Let us see how well your cloth covered seats and carpeted floors hold up to twenty people who get in and out daily in foul weather and who track in all of the dirt from the street. Let us see how nice those cloth covered seats and carpeted floors smell after people bring in their pungent carryout, their pungent selves and after they have vomited a few times onto those cloth covered seats and carpeted floors/ Let us see how well you can afford to maintain that vehicle on the princely sums that the TNCs pay you. In this kind of service, owners are replacing parts on vehicles that most mechanics, even those at dealers, never knew existed. Those repairs are expensive, but, they should be easy for newbie dilettantes to afford, since you are making "life-changing" money driving for a TNC.
Elitist dilettantes are just as dangerous as the management of the TNCs with which they affiliate. They learn one or two things about this business and think that they know it all.
Yes, let us give the taxi and limousine companies and drivers the same regulations that the TNCs and their drivers have-NONE----or next to none, in most markets; this would be one of those markets.