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Who Is Responsible For eVTOL Accidents In California? | California Rideshare Lawyer

Who Is Responsible For eVTOL Accidents In California?

  Most of us have experienced waiting on a curb, looking for our Uber or Lyft rides to come by. But what if your next rideshare came from above? It’s not a crazy idea anymore. Supersize drones are awaiting passengers to transport through the skies over California and become the next big taxi service option. The eVTOL (electric vertical takeoff

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E-Scooting, Cali Style – California’s Electric Scooter Laws for 2021 | California Rideshare Lawyer

E-Scooting, Cali Style – California’s Electric Scooter Laws for 2021

It’s official: “e-scooting” is taking over commuting! Although micro-mobility stalled at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has seen a resurgence in recent months. As more people look for sustainable and socially distant modes of transportation, rentable e-scooters should have a bright future across the USA. But before Californians start scooting down streets, they should understand the state’s latest

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Scooting and Sidewalks – Does California Ban E-Scooters From City Sidewalks?

It’s no secret that pedestrians and businesses don’t like e-scooters on their sidewalks. Many people have complained these e-scooters pose a significant public safety threat, especially for the visually impaired. But does that mean it’s illegal for Californians to scoot on sidewalks?   In brief, California forbids residents from using e-scooters on sidewalks. CVC §21235 clearly lists sidewalks as a “no-go” area for e-scooters.

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Trip and Fall Injuries While Delivering for GrubHub in California | California Rideshare Lawyer

Trip and Fall Injuries While Delivering for GrubHub in California

If you tripped and fell while delivering food for GrubHub, contact us today about your injuries and we will see if and how we can help you. If open at all, restaurants in California are servicing the public on a limited basis. Some are treading economic waters by providing carryout and delivery menu items to customers. It’s those deliveries that

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Do Californians Need a Driver License or Permit to Ride An E-Scooter? | California Rideshare Lawyer

Do Californians Need a Driver License or Permit to Ride An E-Scooter?

Just because e-scooters are new doesn’t mean you could ride them without a license. Indeed, California’s Vehicle Code (CVC) clearly states that anyone who wants to ride an e-scooter must have a valid driver’s license. The only exception to this rule is a new driver who has a learner’s permit. So, as long as you have one of these licenses, you can

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Are Face Masks Required in California Uber Vehicles? | California Rideshare Lawyer

Are Face Masks Required in California Uber Vehicles?

  In May of 2020, Uber unveiled a “No Mask, No Ride” policy to curb the spread of COVID-19. According to this new rule, drivers and passengers must wear a mask at all times—no exceptions. Any drivers who don’t comply with this new standard could potentially lose access to Uber’s platform. Before drivers could open their Uber app, they must

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