Suit challenges company’s suggestion that it’s not liable because driver was not on an Uber call.
Questions about coverage get new attention after a series of accidents involving ride-service drivers.
After New Year’s Eve fatality involving a ‘ride share’ driver, taxi operators want city to take action.
A man has been taken into custody for fatally striking a 6-year-old girl in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood.
Unofficial tips get drivers better cabs and better fares, but cut into an already precarious livelihood.
The biggest uncertainty facing smartphone-based ride-service companies is drivers’ insurance coverage.
Can you get insurance, or get a claim paid, if you’re driving for Lyft or Sidecar? It depends.
The CPUC has approved regulations for “transportation network companies” like Lyft, Sidecar and Uber.
Are ride-share services just apps connecting drivers to passengers? Or are the drivers employees?
Waze App/Waze.com It was a busy week for Bay Area tech companies, big and small. Here are a few of the headliner developments. Google-Waze On Tuesday, Google announced it had bought the social traffic and navigation app Waze, reportedly for $1.3 billion, which seems to be the market range for acquiring the flashiest startups these […]