More bad news for ride-sharing service Uber as the California Public Utilities Commission is now looking into whether the company’s car-leasing program for drivers is legal, the Bay Area News Group reports. Uber recently announced a pilot program lease cars for prospective drivers who don’t own cars. The company was also ordered by a PUC judge last month to pay $7.3 million for refusing to disclose data about its drivers as required by state law.
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