Taxi Driver in Arizona· Premium Member
The passenger has the dog because they're blind, and therefore covered under the Americans With Disabilities act. It's a Federal law you may want to look into. If you refuse service to a blind person because they have a guide dog, you're discriminating against them. It's illegal.I don't see it discrimination at all. A passenger has a dog and the driver is not comfortable having dog in his car, how simple is that. It is not about the person is blind. If Uber want really fix that they should have a feature on their app showing the driver who is fine with having animal in their car and also the rider when they request they can use this feature and they can call it " Uber+Pet" like Uber Access or Uber car seat.
If you're truly allergic to dogs, this is the wrong business for you.