Most Vancouver residents believe that people who want to drive Uber, Lyft, or other vehicle drivers require a Class 4 license that requires more training, a research survey has found.
The NDP government last week introduced legislation to start the business in order to operate in B.C., according to the fall of 2019.
This law requires all driver guides to have a commercial Class 4 license and require compulsory criminal checks, which are the most common in North America.
In the Research Co-line survey, 57 percent of Metro Vancouver said they would drive drivers' commercial driving.
According to surveys, nearly half of Metro Vancouver (49%) believe that it is time to set a reasonable time line for B.C.'s ride-sharing in the fall of the autumn, because it requires time to review the impact of transporting new transport options.
However, 42 percent of respondents believe that the provinces accelerate the law and B.C. earlier
Two thirds of the respondents (66%) said the province's government reduced the number of driver driving to reduce traffic congestion.
A survey of 700 adults was held on Nov. 24-25. The error margin is 3.7 percent more or less, from 19 to 20 times.