Uber says ride services reduce drunk driving – Reuters


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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Uber, a ride service facing legal challenges around the world, on Tuesday released a survey showing that people are less likely to drive home after drinking alcohol after such businesses started operating in their cities.
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