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Burbank Airport Dressing

Does anyone know if I can have Uber And Lyft Dressing Stickers on my vehicle upon picking up and/or dropping off? I know it's not allowed at LAX but I can't find anything on BUR. Thanks in advance for any responses
 

LoveBC

Well-Known Member
This! Seeing two trade dresses really grinds my gears
I run my Uber trade dress with LAX Placard, even when picking up Lyft passengers...nobody ever said anything. IF an LAX authority (LAX PD) chose to check, it would be a citation. fyi...

Do nothing stupid and should be fine.
 

TheRook

Active Member
I run my Uber trade dress with LAX Placard, even when picking up Lyft passengers...nobody ever said anything. IF an LAX authority (LAX PD) chose to check, it would be a citation. fyi...

Do nothing stupid and should be fine.
This^^^^
Was at LAX earlier this AM for a drop off (got lucky today nailing long fairs at surge-all p/u's followed my plan to stay in surge), just before it got insane.
LAX PD was lined up standing in the second lane all the way around the shoe spaced about every 100 feet. Not on the curb, but standing in second lane, and they weren't playing.
I found a gap at Delta, dropped the pax, and got the hell out of there.
I run a laminated dual placard with a tiny piece of velcro about 12" up......flip it and go. Permits in glove box also laminated for quick exchange, but mostly I use Fuber. Rear is a dual laminated flip placard as well, tucked into lower right rear window rubber seal.
No Velcro needed there....I don't play games with LAX popo-not after the heat and shit that has already hit the fan.

BTW, news crews were all over T2....prob filming the pax getting the hell out of Dodge-

Do you have a cite for this?

Not listed in CPUC rules, and the ONLY airport that specifically restricts it in SoCal is LAX. Prove me wrong please.
http://hollywoodburbankairport.com/wp-content/uploads/7-13-17-Ridesharing-Companies-to-Relocate-to-Terminal-Traffic-Islands.pdf

Fuber says you must only wear a single there, but it is not clear if that is an agreement with B'Bank, or a corporate policy.
Grey area here, and I doubt B'Bank cops know this deep into the regulations that are not posted for public consumption, but.......why risk it?
OP-
Are you like half the drivers I see out there on Westside, Valley who run around with two TD's slapped on (some in middle of rear window...lol), who look like they don't have a clue how to drive or run their business? If so.....best of luck out there-stupid is as stupid does-

 

DrivingForYou

Well-Known Member
http://hollywoodburbankairport.com/wp-content/uploads/7-13-17-Ridesharing-Companies-to-Relocate-to-Terminal-Traffic-Islands.pdf

Fuber says you must only wear a single there, but it is not clear if that is an agreement with B'Bank, or a corporate policy.
Grey area here, and I doubt B'Bank cops know this deep into the regulations that are not posted for public consumption, but.......why risk it?
OP-
Are you like half the drivers I see out there on Westside, Valle who run around with two TD's slapped on (some in middle of rear window...lol), who look like they don't have a clue how to drive or run their business? If so.....best of luck out there-
The link says nothing about dual trade dress. The only time I have read a law or rule has been in LAX rules.

FWIW, I usually have single TD on because it's less likely to confuse pax, but in general driving there is no rule or restriction, and some areas when slow I have both apps on.
 
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