#WHATSMYNAME FOUNDATION SAFETY TIPS
Rideshare Safety Tips from #WHATSMYNAME Foundation & Others
Before getting in a Rideshare vehicle, always ask your driver, "WHAT'S MY NAME?".
Also check to make sure that the Child Safety Lock is turned off.
#WHATSMYNAME FOUNDATION LAUNCHES PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT PROMOTING RIDESHARE SAFETY
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- Celebrities Joe Gatto, Darius Rucker, Jason Alexander, and Bob Saget are participating in a new Public Service Announcement (PSA) series which focuses on increasing awareness of Rideshare Safety. The goal of the PSA series is to prevent a tragedy like what happened to Samantha Josephson, who was killed by a fake Rideshare driver two years ago.
Save and share these images to social media to spread awareness on ride share safety.
Uber and Lyft Do’s and Don’ts for Safe Rides
ORLANDO, Fla. – Ridesharing, a decade ago the closest thing we had was the carpool to work and school, now it’s the norm to hit your app and have a complete stranger pick you up and drive you wherever you need to go. But there are dangers to think about.
A new report from Lyft revealed there were more than 4,000 cases of sexual assault over a three-year period. Uber reported almost six-thousand sexual assaults over two years. There is no foolproof prevention to keep riders safe, but there are precautions riders can take to stay safer.
With more than 25 percent of the U.S. population requesting a ride at least once a month, how can you make sure you’re safe?