Why are taxi drivers earning more than other drivers in Detroit?

Why do taxi drivers earn more than most other drivers?

The question has been debated for years, with the Detroit Economic Development Corp. and the Michigan Economic Development Council arguing taxi drivers make an average of $12.85 per hour more than drivers in other areas.

The debate has also been heated on social media.

Detroit taxi drivers receive a minimum of $15.00 per hour for every hour of service.

But they are not compensated at the same level as drivers in neighboring counties, according to the Detroit Free Press.

They also are required to pay for health and dental care and transportation.

And the city of Detroit does not pay for sick leave.

In the last three years, Uber and Lyft have dominated the market.

And in Detroit, both companies have offered drivers the option of using their personal vehicles.

Uber drivers have to pay a 10 percent fare increase to get a taxi license, according a spokesperson for the Detroit Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

And it costs $12 to $18 for rides between 2 and 4 p.m. on weekends, which is when Uber drivers are most likely to be available.

The Michigan Department of Motor Vehicles requires Uber drivers to have a valid license to operate in the city, but the Department of Transportation does not require that they obtain a license to ride a cab.

In a statement to ABC News, Uber said: “Uber has been the only transportation option for more than 20 years.

As a result, we have drivers who work hard to earn the right to earn a living by providing a safe and affordable service to residents, families, and businesses.

The drivers deserve a fair and equitable playing field.”

Uber also said the Detroit Taxi Association, which represents taxi drivers, opposes Uber because they have not paid taxes and have not been subject to the same health and safety rules as other taxi drivers.

The Detroit Taxi Drivers Association, meanwhile, said the industry is not required to have health and health care.

“Detroit taxi owners are not required by the city to follow the same minimum wage and hour requirements as drivers across the state,” the statement said.

“It is the responsibility of the taxi industry to create jobs and pay their employees the same wage as all other drivers.

Uber has done just that by providing the same low-wage jobs and paying their drivers well.”

In addition to the tax and fee hike, Uber is also offering incentives to drivers.

It is offering $500 bonuses for each driver who passes the Uber driver certification exam.

Uber also has offered free rides to those who have dropped out of school or who are unemployed.

Uber also has created a new website to offer a free ride.

The site has not been updated since its launch in late May, but users can get rides and tips.