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TLC Bans Advertising On Ride-Share Vehicles

TLC Bans Advertising On Ride-Share Vehicles


LIVING, THAT’S A PERSONAL ISSUE. WHEN YOU BRING CHILDREN WHO HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IS GOING ON, THAT AFFECTED ME. THE WOMEN ARE FROM ENGLAND AND OFFICERS ARE STILL LOOKING FOR THE THIRD SUSPECT. A BATTLE OVER ADVERTISING FROM RIDESHARE DRIVERS AND THE BUS COMMISSION. THE TLC BAND ADVERTISING ON RIDESHARE VEHICLES. IN SPRING, THE TLC TEMPORARILY ALLOWED DRIVERS TO OBTAIN PERMITS FOR AD SPACE, BUT RESCINDED THOSE PERMITS AFTER A FEDERAL COURT DECISION LAST MONTH. THE INDEPENDENT DRIVERS SKILLED SAYS DRIVERS COULD EARN UP TO $400 IN ADDITIONAL REVENUE PER MONTH WITH ADS, WHICH MANY USE TO MAKE ENDS MEET. THIS ADDITIONAL REVENUE ALLOWS DRIVERS MORE TIME WITH THEIR FAMILIES. NOW THAT THEY ARE TAKING AWAY THE SOURCE OF REVENUE, DRIVERS HAVE TO STAY ON THE ROAD LONGER, CAUSING MORE CONGESTION ON THE STREETS OF NEW YORK CITY. THE TAXI AND LIMOUSINE COMMISSION SAYS ONLY 70 OUT OF

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