Uber may face $1 million fine over California drunken-driving complaints (CA)

Uber’s popular ride-sharing network has repeatedly failed to promptly suspend and investigate its California drivers when passengers report them driving drunk, state regulators charged in an enforcement action, recommending $1.13 million in fines. The consumer protection arm of the California Public Utility Commission found Uber Technologies Inc  has violated “zero-tolerance” rules governing drunken-driving complaints on 151 occasions over the course of a year, out of 154 complaints reviewed.

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