Uber has stated it intends to establish a charm following London’s transport regulator withdrew the ridesharing business of its operating license for another time in only over two decades.
Transport for London (TfL) revoked the permit on Monday after discovering the program wasn’t”fit and proper” and a change in the machine had compromised users’ security.
According to TfL, the Uber program allows Spartan drivers to utilize the accounts of different motorists to execute trips by allowing them to upload their images into authorized motorist accounts.
This occurred on at least 14,000 excursions across the UK’s funding, TfL said.
“It’s unacceptable that Uber has enabled passengers to get to minicabs with motorists that are potentially uninsured and underinsured,” TfL’s director of licensing, charging and regulation, Helen Chapman, stated.
He explained: “I support the conclusion by TfL’s licensing officials now in connection with Uber and fully understand why the choice was taken.
“Maintaining Londoners secure is my complete number-one priority, and TfL have recognized a pattern of failure with Uber that has put passengers’ security in danger.”
“Over the past two weeks we’ve audited every motorist in London,” Uber said in a statement.
“We have strong systems and tests in place to validate the identity of motorists and will shortly be introducing a brand new facial fitting procedure, that we think is a first in London cab and private hire.”