A representative for the drivers told Fairfax Media the decision to create a collective voice came after a series of failures on the part of Uber to listen to their customers, particularly the decision to drop fares by 20 percent.
Uber drivers form association to have a louder voice
About the Author: Les Johnson
One of the formation members of RSDAA along with Robert Mason we have been here from the beginning. Working for better conditions for drivers and the industry in general.