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- Uber has admitted that sending drivers DIY eye tests was probably not a good idea because the process was “open to abuse.”
- The company said using Push Doctor, which carried out medical checks on drivers over a video call, was a mistake and that it stopped after 2016.
- Uber held its hands up to the failings in court as it tried to win back its operator’s licence in London.
- A lawyer for London’s transport regulator slammed the company as “naive” for using Push Doctor.
Uber has admitted that sending drivers medical tests which they could cheat was probably not a great idea.
The company appeared in a London court on Monday and Tuesday to try and win back its operator’s licence in the British capital, after it was revoked by transport regulator TfL in September 2017.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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