Up to 40 drivers in New South Wales have been issued with suspension notices in a government crackdown targeting ride-share services such as Uber.

The state’s transport authority, the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS), which issued the suspensions, says ride-sharing remains illegal under passenger transport laws and those found using their vehicles for that purpose would be targeted.

In a statement, RMS Director of Safety and Compliance Peter Wells said the vehicle suspensions would begin Sept. 30 at midnight and last for three months. Read more…

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NSW government targets Uber in plan to take 40 vehicles off the road