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Uber made ‘ghost’ vehicles, paid fines to overtake taxi industry: lawyers

Uber dodged laws in four Australian states

As stated in the Age, Uber created “ghost” vehicles to dodge enforcement agents and paid drivers’ fines when they were caught operating illegally, according to lawyers launching a high-profile class action against the global rideshare giant.

Taxi Industry will Fight

Court documents filed in the Victorian Supreme Court allege that Uber dodged laws in four Australian states and helped drivers work illegally, in a bid to muscle into the market and overtake the local taxi industry.


The class action – anticipated to be one of the the country’s largest – is being brought by more than 6000 taxi and hire car drivers, licence owners and operators from Victoria, NSW, Queensland and Western Australia.


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