The license will cost drivers $91 a year if they earn $100,000 or less in gross receipts. If they have been driving for multiple years, they will have to pay a registration fee for the years in which they didn’t register.

Cisneros’ letter, which will be sent in three batches — on Friday, Monday and Tuesday — states that the recipient has been identified as a driver for a transportation network company and therefore must obtain a business registration certificate within 30 days.

“Failure to respond to this letter may result in penalties and payment obligations,” the letter states.

“We have a very broad and comprehensive business registration requirement,” Ciseneros said. “This has been a law that has been around for many years. It’s very clearly spelled out on our website — the law here in San Francisco requires you to register your business with the city. If they missed that requirement, they are still obligated to do that.”

via www.sfgate.com

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non è certo come la licenza taxi nostrana, ma fosse successo in italia saremmo qui a strapparci le vesti sull'ultimo balzello antistorico.