Don't do animals, service or not. Uber drivers have not nor are they currently under title 3 of the ada, your car is a POV, privately owned vehicle. It's not worth the hassle. If I even suspect a service animal, I just keep driving, cancel no charge. Dont even stop and ask. They have tax payer assisted transportation available in every major city for the handicap, they just don't want to use it, they want to trash out our cars instead. Want to sue me, go ahead, don't have anything, good luck with that. Had a "emo support dog" owner told me they like it when a uber refuses them, they complain to uber an d get $50 credit to their account. I did transport a small dog a last year, owner had it in a travel crate, held it on his lap. If I had know I would have said no anyway. My car, my rules. I like this new attitude fostered by our current administration, if you don't like the law, ignore it. What they going to do, like I said most of us here don't have anything worth suing over, and a large settlement against me, well so sad you won't collect. Oh I forgot uber might deactivate you if you don't take a service dog, really ? I really don't care.