On August 8, the Black Car Assistance Corporation (BCAC) sent an e-mail to members after Mayor Bill De Blasio signed into law a 12-month long cap on the number of FHV vehicle licenses. As the first city to sign bills into law aimed at curbing the rapid expansion of app-based FHV fleets in such a monumental way, the BCAC felt it crucial to release a comprehensive, NY driver-specific, FAQ Guide.

The Taxicab, Limousine & Paratransit Association (TLPA), a widely-known and well-respected national industry association with roots dating as far back as 1917, felt the guide would also serve stakeholders nationwide – so it was featured the BCAC’s FAQ in the TLPA “Limousine Bi-Monthly Newsletter.” It can also be viewed on the TLPA website at: www.tlpa.org/default.aspx?bid=4631&storyId=5962&formid=400.

Ira Goldstein, Executive Director of the BCAC, serves as a Vice President of the TLPA.

For more information, visit www.nybcac.org.

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