Uber cars began outnumbering yellow cabs in NYC back in March, but that will change if Mayor Bill de Blasio's proposal passes. See, de Blasio wants to put a cap on the number of licenses given out to ride-sharing companies. Obviously, Uber isn't happy about that, so it's putting the mayor on blast by adding a fake feature on its app named after him. While the app's normal modes still show available rides you can call, the "de Blasio mode" strips 'em all out and replaces them with an ominous-looking "No Cars Available" sign. Clicking the sign shows this message: "This is what Uber will look like in NYC if Mayor de Blasio's Uber cap bill passes."