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Consumer Notice Organization and the Uber and Rideshare Sexual Assault Cases- Where to get help. Written by Daniela Rodriguez | Outreach Coordinator

Updated: Jan 26

Thousands of people experience assault during rideshare rides each year, especially women. From 2019-2020, Uber reported close to 4,000 cases of sexual assault and Lyft reported close to 2,000. 

People who experienced rideshare sexual assault have sued providers for lax driver screening policies, holding that major rideshare companies have fallen short in protecting riders and drivers.

As concerns regarding rideshare safety, particularly for young women, continue to rise, it's crucial to stay informed and empowered to make safer choices.

At ConsumerNotice, we prioritize safety and well-being. We understand the importance of addressing these concerns and providing the public with the necessary resources to navigate rideshare safety effectively.

With that in mind, we have an educational guide about it. Please take a look here:

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