Search Close Menu

Search Results

Best Match Date Posted
Close
Expand All
Results: 57
Utah P2P Carsharing Bill Killed

Utah P2P Carsharing Bill Killed

However, last week, the Salt Lake City Council passed a law that will levy fines against people who conduct rental transactions at the airport via P2P companies, as those companies are currently not paying fees to operate at the airport.

March 12, 2019

Utah Lawmakers Move to Regulate P2P Carsharing

Utah Lawmakers Move to Regulate P2P Carsharing

Similarly, Salt Lake City is expected to pass an ordinance today that will levy fines between $500 and $1,000 on peer-to-peer carsharing companies that operate at Salt Lake City International Airport without authorization.

March 6, 2019

Arizona Senate Advances Bill on P2P Regulations
Legislators to Weigh in on Salt Lake City Airport P2P Regulations
Arizona Bills Look to Redefine Car Rental, Carsharing
Investor Sues Getaround, Alleges Fraud

Investor Sues Getaround, Alleges Fraud

The lawsuit claims that Getaround executives tricked Geoffrey Shmigelsky into selling company shares to their family and friends for $1.79 million less than they were worth.

January 16, 2019

Daimler, BMW Joint Mobility Venture Approved

Daimler, BMW Joint Mobility Venture Approved

Geared towards this vision of future urban mobility, a new mobility offering will be created that is easy to access, intuitive and focused on the needs of the user.

December 19, 2018

Enterprise CarShare Joins ACRA in Call for P2P Regulations

Enterprise CarShare Joins ACRA in Call for P2P Regulations

With more than 5,800 offices, Enterprise believes in common-sense requirements across the board, such as ensuring vehicle safety, offering transparent pricing, and collecting mandatory state and municipal fees on which local governments and jurisdictions rely.

November 27, 2018

ACRA Calls for Override of Governor's Veto on P2P Bill
Illinois Governor Recommends Changes to Carsharing Regulations Bill
ACRA's Open Letter to Peer-to-Peer Rentals, Carsharing

ACRA's Open Letter to Peer-to-Peer Rentals, Carsharing

"Our hope is that P2P operators will consider joining ACRA in our ongoing effort to help shape these important and long-term public-policy issues, and strengthen all of our voices by doing so," the letter reads.

July 23, 2018

Minnesota City Requests Federal Funding for EV Carsharing Network
Turo Sues LAX Over Permit Classification, Facility Fees
Carsharing and Other Mobility Platforms: Legal Issues to Keep in Mind
Toronto Approves Carsharing Pilot Program

Toronto Approves Carsharing Pilot Program

The pilot allows up to four different companies to provide service with a maximum of 500 cars each, and the permits provide access to all of the residential parking zones across the city, except those that have already reached 95% subscription.

May 7, 2018