San Francisco tells Uber, Lyft's pilot to get on the right car

Uber has partnered with San Francisco to conduct a public education campaign on driver safety.

People who are drivers of fake Uber and Lyft to attack suspicious passengers are occurring in cities throughout the United States. For example, San Francisco regional prosecutor George Gascon has partnered with Uber and the police to warn people to pay attention.

Gascon Public education campaign It was called "Rideshare with Care" on Tuesday to clarify what passengers should do before getting on the car. The rider confirmed the license plate of Uber or Lyft car, asked the driver the name and said that they needed to share places and destinations with friends or family.

Gascon said on Tuesday at a San Francisco judicial press conference, "More than 170,000 carpool trips are taking place on regular weekdays and most services are safe." "When things go wrong, I also know that I go wrong."

I never heard of entering a car with strangers five years ago, but companies like Uber and Lyft became popular as they gained popularity. A few predators made use of this situation. According to ABC, the report released on Tuesday showed how women threw themselves from a Las Vegas moving car after being kidnapped by Uber's fake pilot.

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San Francisco tells Uber, Lyft's pilot to get on the right car

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