Jerusalem, Nov 27 (EFE) .- A court in Tel Aviv today issued an order obliging the Uber company to stop providing its shared transport services in Israel from this Wednesday. p>
The judge issued an order for "permanent suspension of the Uber service that will take effect on November 29" because the drivers who use the company's services do not they had the right insurance to transport passengers, according to the order to which Efe has had access. p>
The opinion determines that the company has to suspend its offer of services UberDay and UberNight in Israeli territory, but allows UberTaxi to continue, another service in which drivers have the necessary licenses and insurance. P>
The law Israeli does not allow individuals without proper permits to pick up passengers and charge them the cost of transport, an activity that is regulated in 600 cities around the world where Uber operates normally. p>
The Tel Aviv court order responds to a complaint filed by an association of taxi drivers against the delegation of the American corporation of shared transportation in Israel. p>
Uber, which has expanded its services internationally over recent years, maintains open conflicts with the taxi sector in many countries, which accuse him of offering a type of service considered unfair competition.