Drivers for Uber and Lyft will solely want one enterprise license to work statewide beneath laws headed to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk.
Senate Bill 182, which handed the state Senate Monday, would require a single license to drive passengers anyplace within the state, which drivers can obtain in the city where they live. Local governments do not sometimes implement rules that require experience-hailing drivers to have enterprise licenses, however in concept each city a driver passes by means of might cost a payment.
Uber and Lyft supported the measure, saying they needed to stop their drivers from having to adjust to a patchwork of rules throughout the state. The invoice’s writer, Sen. Steven Bradford (D-Gardena), has stated the state wants to assist facilitate new experience-hailing know-how.
Cities, particularly San Francisco, have been against the invoice, arguing it will harm their potential to boost revenues and regulate the business.