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A new ordinance requiring rideshare drivers to obtain city licenses and adhere to insurance regulations like traditional taxi cabs will go into effect on Aug. 15. (MAHATHIR MOHD YASIN/Shutterstock.com)

The Tallahassee City Commission has passed an ordinance requiring all rideshare service drivers to obtain city licences and adhere to insurance regulations like traditional taxi cabs, reports the Tallahassee Democrat. The new regulations come after a bill to regulate rideshare services didn’t pass in the Florida legislature earlier this year.

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