March 18, 2015
Uber is in trouble again, the Frankfurt Court has imposed a German-wide ban on the company’s transport services, Uber and UberPOP, in response to the lawsuit filed by Taxi Deutschland. The violation of this order would imply the payment of fines that could reach 250,000 euros.
The judge presiding over the court in charge of the case, Joachim Nickel, had already advanced his view on the matter, stating that there is a violation of the passenger transport law, since people who drive for Uber do not have a driver’s license adequate or with the necessary conditions for the transport of passengers.
It is clear that this is not the only problem for Uber, its business model in which transactions are made between individuals with an intermediary, “is not approvable according to European laws and constitutions,” the court has established, and therefore, If they want to continue operating in the rest of the countries, they will have to find the right way to integrate it.
via Uber also banned in Germany.
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