The Passenger Protection Act (House Bill 391) will require Uber, Lyft and other rideshare company drivers to:
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Starting Dec. 1, any rideshare driver not displaying the front license plate number can be fined $250.
Under the law, the impersonation of a rideshare driver will be a misdemeanor.
If a person impersonating a rideshare driver commits a separate felony - the impersonation will be categorized as a class H felony.
The bill passed the House and Senate without any no votes.