1. MHR

    Wheelchairs, Walkers and Scooters?...Oh My!

    Lyft settles DOJ lawsuit alleging violation of Americans with Disabilities Act Megan Rose [email protected] / 2:19 pm CDT•June 22, Lyft has agreed to settle a lawsuit from the U.S. Department of Justice that alleges the ridesharing company discriminated against disabled people —...
  2. Mista T

    Driver canned for kicking out blind man and his dog

    Guess the attitude of "My car, my rules" backfired on this driver. (Link not working) Lyft driver banned for kicking blind man, guide dog out of car By Jackie Salo April 18, 2019 | 12:29pm A Lyft driver was booted from the ride-sharing app for kicking a blind man — and his guide dog — out...
  3. MikeNY

    How do you react to a PAX with a dog

  4. Pawtism

    The Ultimate Service Dog Guide!

    Here it is! The ultimate service dog guide (it's long, you've been warned hehe). The result of years of education and training on the ADA (with a focus on service dogs for obvious reasons), and the culmination of many, many posts here on the subject. Title III of the ADA: Public Accommodations...
  5. surlywynch

    Yet another thread about service dogs

    Bla, bla bla, bla-bla-bla Service Dogs. Bla, bla bla, bla-bla-bla ADA. Bla, bla bla, bla-bla-bla emotional support. Bla, bla bla, bla-bla-bla allergies. Bla, bla bla, bla-bla-bla dog hair. Bla, bla bla, bla-bla-bla...
  6. tomatopaste

    The ADA's Mafia Thuggery Goes Way Beyond Abusing Uber Drivers

    Uber's service animal policy: "The law provides that there are only two questions that a driver-partner may ask to confirm that a rider's animal is a service animal: (1) Is the animal required because of a disability? And, (2) What work or task has the animal been trained to perform? The...
  7. Punisher187

    And another lawsuit for U...

    Come on guys we need more WAV for NYC. Turn those suburbans into WAV and you will get even more suv pings. Some ideas provided below:D:D:confused:
  8. Maven

    Service Animals in Connecticut

    Although we may refuse to transport animals, we are legally required to transport Service Animals by both the Federal ADA and state law. There is a useful, related thread at: Part of that thread includes this...
  9. WeirdBob

    Uber May Have Just Driven Itself Out of a Big Loophole THERE’S A BIG—LITERALLY—REASON the Uber robo-cars zipping around Pittsburgh aren’t Smart Cars. The Volvo XC90 luxury SUVs making their groundbreaking foray into the future of transportation offer plenty of space for passengers...
  10. Papa Sarducci

    Tired of 'Fake' Service Animals?

    Well do something about it! Did you know that in many States it is ILLEGAL to pass off an animal as a 'service animal' if it isn't legitimately one at all? In many cases it is also illegal to use a service dog if you are not disabled. I too was surprised when I read it but here you go...