People living in cities like Boston are constantly using ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft to get around town and get home from bars. While these services were not around a few years ago, now people can’t seem to live without them.
According to a recent article from Fox News, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is really stressing the living portion of that expression. MADD and Uber are teaming up, as they have in the past, to curb drunk driving. It makes sense from the perspectives of both Uber and MADD. MADD wants to stop people from driving drunk by getting them to take a ride from a sober driver, and Uber wants to get paid for having their sober drivers give people a ride home. Continue reading