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July 22, 2014 9:40 PM

Myrtle Beach officials reassure taxi drivers they will work to regulate Uber driving service

Myrtle Beach officials issued a stern warning to those who participate in the Uber ride-sharing service: drivers who are caught operating without the proper licensing could be arrested and riders likely will not be covered by insurance if they are involved in an accident.

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