City Hall Considers Requiring More Than 'Pinky Swear' As Background Check For Kansas City Rideshare Drivers

Currently, tech companies don't require much more than a face to begin carting strangers back and forth . . . Today's example:

KC residents on alert after SC college senior gets into wrong ride sharing car

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Plaza or Westport, wherever your travels take you, there's a driver willing to help you get there. That's what 21-year-old Samantha Josephson was banking on when she got separated from her friends in South Carolina over the weekend.


  1. How any of this can be blamed on a ride share enterprise is unknown. She got into the wrong car. Blame the guy who let her and later killed her, not Uber or Lyft.