8,000 aspiring Uber and Lyft drivers fail state background check
Adam Fagen reader comments 18 Share this story More than 8,000 Massachusetts residents who want to drive for ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft won't be allowed to, because they didn't pass a new background check system that operates in that state. Most were rejected because they had suspended licenses or hadn't been driving for long enough to...
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