The Tel Aviv District Court on Monday, 9 Kislev, ruled against Uber operating in Israel. Uber's response: "The taxi service will continue as usual".
Tens of thousands of people have reportedly used the service in Israel since its launch, however an anonymous "source at the Transportation Ministry" declared that anyone "boarding an Uber vehicle is a criminal - both driver and passenger".
An Israeli court on Monday banned the global ride-sharing service Uber from operating in Israel because the company uses drivers reportedly lacking proper licenses and insurances.
In another case pending against Uber in Israel, the Transportation Ministry has sued the company in a Tel Aviv court for allegedly charging to take passengers without a taxi license.Читайте также: Tiger Woods with Justin Thomas in Round 1
"As long as there is no insurance coverage for these trips, I don't see the feasibility of these trips", said Judge Orenstein during the hearing. Pursuant to the order, given with the company's consent, Uber will be permitted to continue its normal taxi services however, its discounted transportation services - uberDay and uberNight - will be prohibited under its current format.
A spokeswoman for Uber in Israel did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The ban will go into effect on Wednesday and prevents Uber from operating the UberDAY and UberNIGHT services, which were launched just six weeks ago.
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