Uber logo and tint

Nick S

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So I have super dark window tint on my back window, you can hardly see the Lyft and uber logo. Will I get a ticket for it not being displayed well enough? Or should I just stick it on the outside of my window?
 

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Nick S

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So I have super dark window tint on my back window, you can hardly see the Lyft and uber logo. Will I get a ticket for it not being displayed well enough? Or should I just stick it on the outside of my window?
And the logo is on the first picture and second
 

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You can have whatever on the back 2 and back windshield
 

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then why are you worried about it. sounds like you can win in court right
Do you not understand what I'm asking? I'm asking even though the uber logo is up and present what I be given a ticket since it is harder to see? Also another reason is Uber never said anything about the logo being covered by tint so if I do get a ticket I can fight it.
 

Null

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CPUC reg. was that it had to be visible from 50 ft away in daylight.

Your tint is perfectly legal. However, I suspect you can be pegged for the trade dress violation without a leg to stand on.

"TNC vehicles must display consistent trade dress (i.e., distinctive signage or display on the vehicle) when providing TNC services that is sufficiently large and color-contrasted as to be readable during daylight hours at a distance of 50 feet. The trade dress must be sufficient to allow a passenger, government official, or member of the public to associate a vehicle with a particular TNC (or licensed transportation provider). Acceptable forms of trade dress include, but are not limited to, symbols or signs on vehicle doors, roofs, or grills. Magnetic or removable trade dress is acceptable."
 

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Also another reason is Uber never said anything about the logo being covered by tint so if I do get a ticket I can fight it.
This has no basis in any legal reasoning whatsoever. You are a self employed business owner. You are responsible for maintaining compliance with laws and regulations.
 
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