Companies like Uber and Lyft are considered “transportation network companies” under various state laws. These are online platforms that connect riders with drivers using their own personal cars.
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- CFR > Title 41 > Subtitle C > Chapter 101 > Subchapter A > Part 101-6 > Subpart 101-6.3 - Ridesharing
- CFR > Title 41 > Subtitle C > Chapter 102 > Subchapter C > Part 102-74 > Subpart B > Ridesharing
- California Codes > Business and Professions Code > Division 7 > Part 1 > Chapter 7 - Transportation Network Company Drivers: Business Licenses
- California Codes > Public Utilities Code > Division 2 > Chapter 8 > Article 7 - Transportation Network Companies
- California Government Code 12192 - The filing fees for a nonprofit mutual benefit ridesharing ...
- California Public Resources Code 25484 - The ridesharing programs established by the department may include, ...
- California Public Utilities Code 99211.5 - "Ridesharing services" means a comprehensive organizational effort ...
- Florida Regulations 14-73.002: Ridesharing
- Florida Statutes 627.748 - Transportation network companies
- Florida Statutes 768.091 - Employer liability limits; ridesharing
- Texas Insurance Code Chapter 1954 - Insurance for Transportation Network Company Drivers
- Texas Occupations Code 2402.002 - Nature of Transportation Network Companies, Drivers, and Vehicles
- Texas Occupations Code Chapter 2402 - Transportation Network Companies