Nevada is stepping up enforcement of an existing law requiring Uber and Lyft drivers to maintain business licenses.
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval signed a Democratic bill on Tuesday that will require drivers to prove they have obtained a $200 state business license within six months of joining a transportation network company.
Drivers who enter into contracts before Oct. 1 will have a full year to prove compliance under the new law.Nevada’s secretary of state administers the licenses.
Source: Las Vegas Sun