Uber accredited but not compliant

We are still waiting for the Government to make Uber compliant, and Richard, among others has written to the DPTI for clarification, which we will inform you of.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-31/uber-to-be-accredited-in-south-australia/8404340
The accreditation moves announced by the SA Government have been accompanied by raft of new laws to be introduced later this year.

  • They include demerit points, licence suspensions or disqualifications for driving or providing a passenger transport service without appropriate accreditation and enabling a court to order the recovery of any profits obtained that way.
  • While Uber has agreed to become accredited, it has done so on the basis the State Government review its compulsory third party insurance premiums, something the Government has vowed to look into by the end of the year.

Could you please explain in more detailĀ  the above items.

Are they going to happen?

Related Posts