“As peer-to-peer businesses grow, our role is to make sure we have fair rules and regulations in place to ensure customer safety, compliance with Oklahoma laws and a fair marketplace.”
Rep. Lonnie Sims (R-68), Oklahoma – January 2020
"What They Are Saying"
- “…the canons of statutory construction require that the terms of such remedial statutes be read broadly, so that consumers will benefit from these protections regardless of whether they happen to rent a car on Turo’s website or on, say, Avis’s website.”
City and County of San Francisco
- "Because peer-to-peer operators are entering into commercial car rental transactions, they must be held to the same consumer protection standards as any other car rental or car-sharing service."
National Consumers League
- “This legislation is a common-sense solution for how we define and regulate rental car operations in Pennsylvania. It will bring all types of vehicle rental platforms under the same standards to ensure consumer protection, while still allowing the industry to continue to grow and innovate.”
Sen. Pat Stefano (R-32), Pennsylvania
- "As peer-to-peer businesses grow, our role is to make sure we have fair rules and regulations in place to ensure customer safety, compliance with Oklahoma laws and a fair marketplace."
Rep. Lonnie Sims (R-68), Oklahoma
- "This Act is intended to govern the intersection of peer-to-peer car services and the state-regulated business of insurance. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to extend beyond insurance or have any implications for other provisions of the code of this state, including but not limited to, those related to motor vehicle regulation, airport regulation, or taxation."
National Conference of Insurance Legislators
"What Else They Are Saying"
P2P Op-Eds, Press Releases, Etc.
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