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Ethics of Ride-Sharing

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Ethics of Ride-Sharing

Noah Berlatsky, May 7,2014




Share a Ride 


My First Impression:

All about how to find a person to share a ride with 



“uniform safety and liability." 


Reflection Proper:

There are many ride-sharing associations like Uber and Grab. Here in the Philippines Uber is moreover used and have in like manner been on the elements for quite a while now, LTFRB saw that it is an impacting business here in the Philippines and made a move about it in light of the way that it is not oversaw. Netizens ran fixated on this news, some are expressing that it is out of line in light of the fact that they are uber customers themselves and abhors riding taxi because of the boundless modus operandies by taxicab drivers. Notwithstanding the way that the netizen's conflict is certified one of the imperfections that I can see with uber is that it is not coordinated, and it is violating the law in light of the way that the driver is using his foundation as a part of a backup course of action than what is communicated on his grant. The essential drawback of uber is security, anyone can be a uber driver the length of you have an auto, which is the tremendous issue that LTFRB saw with uber so the people who are coordinated by the LTFRB are more secure than uber in light of the way that there are one of a kind quality check for taxi's and their drivers. As a standard taxicab rider in spite of all that I discover uber more secure in light of the fact that you are ensured that these drivers can be come to in the occasion of incidents or blackmail, unlike the standard taxis that you can't trust paying little heed to the way that their vehicles are more secure than uber. I generally use Grab Taxi in spite of the way that it's somewhat pricier than ordinary taxis, It is a mix of uber and standard taxis, and I think it is one of the best progression here in the Philippines that would comprehend these issue with uber and general taxis.


5 Things That I have Learned:

1.  You can’t catch a ride from a digital file

2.  The ride-sharing companies have another, overwhelming advantage: They aren’t regulated

3.  Taxicabs are required to display the meter price, vehicle and company identification and contact phone number on both sides of the vehicle to protect the public and the consumer

4.  The portion of Uber’s service which relies on ride-sharing, carries a commercial insurance policy with $1 million of coverage per incident.

5.  Semi-professional drivers who would not be able to afford expensive insurance or safety inspections.


5 Integrative Questions:

1.  Who will serve people with disabilities?

2.  Why do clients still utilize ride-sharing being given that this is dangerous?

3.  How does does the organization address the well-beings of these services?

4.  How high are the security or hirings of employees for these?

5.  What will the company do if the riders come to an accident?


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