Uber knowingly bought more than 1000 defective Honda Vezels and rented it to drivers without necessary repairs despite Honda's safety recall in 2016.
The Wall Street Journal reportedly reviewed Uber's internal emails and discovered that Uber managers in Singapore were also aware of the recall, which was caused by faulty electrical components that may potentially catch fire.
It was only after several Vezel fires that they promised to take action and work with the LTA to solve the issue.
Uber said it has since introduced more safety measures and fixed its faulty Vezels. It also assured people it will continue to protect everyone's safety. Are you convinced?
Is Uber happy now for saving cost by jeopardising the safety of all your drivers and passengers? Shouldn't it stop taking people's lives for granted?