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Killing off another small business - from the California Air Resources Board:

California requires zero-emissions vehicle use for ridesharing services, another step toward achieving the state’s climate goals
In accordance with the implementation of SB 1014 of 2018, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) today adopted a regulation requiring that rideshare companies begin electrification of their California fleets starting in 2023 – another step towards meeting the state’s 2030 climate goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 40 percent below 1990 levels, achieving statewide carbon neutrality by 2045, aligning with Governor Newsom Zero Emission Vehicle Executive Order (N-79-20) and fulfilling the state’s air quality goals.

The Clean Miles Standard, as implemented by SB 1014, requires that rideshare companies operating in California meet annual GHG and electrification targets, which will align ridesharing companies with other corporate fleet requirements. By 2030, the regulation would require that rideshare companies achieve a level of zero greenhouse gas emissions and to ensure 90 percent of their vehicle miles are fully electric.

Moving from petroleum to coal burning and killing off ride-sharing in the process.  Way to go. Imagine subsisting on this and you now have to buy a $50K+ vehicle to continue compliance? California is going full retard and you never, ever want to go full retard. Sure, there will be used Teslas available.  Teslas that need a $20K replacement battery pack.

Wonder how long it is going to take for them to get some adults back in the room.

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