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Ford's on-demand van service is running again in San Francisco

Chariot is apparently back in compliance with California laws.
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The Ford-owned on-demand commuter van company, Chariot, paused its service in San Francisco last week to fix compliance issues with the California Highway Patrol. The CHP had found that some Chariot drivers did not have required Class B licenses. The company confirmed via email that "effective Monday afternoon, service will be back on and running as regularly scheduled."

In the same email, CEO Ali Vahabzadeh also says that Chariot "passed all inspections on Friday as expected and continue to be in compliance with all regulations." Chariot also operates in other cities like Seattle, Austin and New York City.

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