Estonia - Plan to legalise Uber - February 29, 2016

A bill to legalise drive-sharing services such as Uber, Taxify, Hopp and Wisemile as a new category of service called ‘negotiated passenger transport’ will be discussed at the Parliament. According to the proposed bill, the carrying of passengers for money in a car with up to nine seats is neither public transport nor a taxi service. Estonia could become one of the first EU countries to legalise ride-sharing.

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