Nick Allen

SideCar

Guest

Co-founder and Chief Financial Officer at Sidecar, a company that offers ride-sharing services in Los Angeles and 8 other cities through a smartphone app (He’s in the San Francisco office but has been a point-person on Los Angeles issues)

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As Uber, SideCar and Lyft have taken carpooling high-tech with smart-phone apps that bring drivers and passengers together, the legality of these RideShares has come into question.

Does 'RideShare' Really Mean 'Bandit Cab?'

As Uber, SideCar and Lyft have taken carpooling high-tech with smart-phone apps that bring drivers and passengers together, the legality of these RideShares has come into question.

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