There’s no shortage of options for getting around in Petalanga, California, when you’re driving a taxi.
But there’s no easy way to get there and back.
Uber and Lyft have the vehicles, and the local taxi industry is thriving.
But there’s a problem: The taxi industry, which has existed since the 1970s, doesn’t seem to be paying much attention to Uber.
Uber doesn’t make the cars or pay for them.
And the ride-hailing app doesn’t appear to be doing much to help the industry.
And it hasn’t helped the industry in recent years, either.
That’s because Uber and its competitors have dominated the ride sharing business for years.
In fact, in the past year alone, Uber and other companies have made a combined $10 billion in revenue.
Uber alone has a $40 billion market cap.
But while Uber has a monopoly on the business, it doesn’t have much control over what’s happening inside the industry, said James Taylor, a professor at the University of California, Davis.
Uber has been pushing the industry to adopt more environmentally friendly standards, but it’s not pushing for regulation.
“The industry has a great deal of leeway and flexibility in how they’re operating,” he said.
The industry’s willingness to allow Uber to operate is the result of a lack of regulation.
And regulators aren’t taking that into account, Taylor said.
So what can you do to make sure your trip isn’t booked for an Uber or Lyft?
It depends on your jurisdiction.
If you live in California, you can find out more about how you can make your trip and find out how to get around the state.
You can also check out the taxi industry website, www.cab.ca.gov, for local information about the industry and how to apply for a cab.
If the company doesn’t pay for the trip, the only recourse is to file a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission.
The FTC has been working to regulate ride-sharing companies since 2013.
That’s when the agency opened an investigation into Uber, which was then accused of “marketing harmful information.”
That investigation, known as “Operation Swindle,” led to a $1.9 billion settlement, and a major overhaul of the taxi-car industry in California.
But the FTC has also cracked down on ride-share companies before.
Uber has also come under fire for misleading the public about the safety of its drivers.
In 2017, the company received an FAST-Safe rating for its vehicles, which indicates they’re safe to drive on public roads.
That rating was changed in 2021.
But Uber says its cars are safer than the ratings it gets from regulators.
The company also has a history of underpaying workers.
In 2016, the National Labor Relations Board accused Uber of illegally charging workers a higher hourly rate than they were paid.
The company was fined $2.7 million and ordered to pay $10 million in back wages.
The Uber drivers union has called on the California Transportation Commission to investigate the company’s practices.
It’s also asking the commission to conduct a review of Uber’s taxicab drivers’ wages and benefits.
Uber is appealing the Labor Department’s ruling.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick did not immediately respond to a request for comment.