Uber Denies It Has Any Official Taxis Operating In San Francisco

Uber Denies It Has Any Official Taxis Operating In San Francisco

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New Uber does not operate any taxi cabs in San Francisco. Today, a statement issued by the private car service addressed concerns by some riders who have seen taxis bearing the name “UBER TAXI” on the side of the vehicle. The company is informing customers that these are not official Uber cars...
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