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You’ve probably already experienced it, a ride with one of those Buenos Aires taxi drivers that have enough anger pent up inside them that it just flows out with every word they speak. Stories are a dime a dozen, from …

The Argentine Football Association (AFA) has decided to explore a new sponsorship platform and has announced that they reached a deal with Uber to become their digital sponsor. This is an interesting development to say the least, especially since the …

The Ministry of Transport has announced it will implement a new system which is set to regulate the fares of taxis at airports and bus terminals and established a fixed, non-negotiable price, before the customer even steps foot into the …

As of next year, all registered taxis will be obliged to accept credit and debit cards as a valid payment method. In the next few days, the proposed bill that incorporates this technology will be sent to the BA City …

Yesterday saw the first indictment of a “Caza-Uber” (“Uber hunter”) in Buenos Aires, with 32-year old taxi driver Martín Sensón receiving a AR $100,000 penalty and the suspension of his license. Sensón was charged with crimes of minor damage …

In a recent statement released to its users, Uber, the peer-to-peer ride sharing company declared that it will continue to expand and work in Argentina. This reaction comes on the heels the decision of the Buenos Aires City legislature to …

Getting a taxi could get even easier, with the government launching their free, BA Taxi app yesterday. So what does it do? On paper at least, the app allows you to find a taxi, calculate the journey’s cost, see the …

The Buenos Aires City government has taken an important step in its crusade to take Uber out from its streets. During a raid conducted on the offices of the company that handles its finances and pays its drivers, Payment Collection …

We all knew it was coming, but the moment has now finally arrived. Starting at midnight tonight, taking a taxi in the City of Buenos Aires will be 15 percent more expensive. Best not splash out on those extra

The National Criminal Appeals Court has just upheld a ruling by Buenos Aires City judge Alberto Luis Zelaya, who ruled earlier this year that Uber drivers are not in fact involved in criminal activity. Zelaya’s ruling had struck down charges