Uber bill breaks through General Assembly, headed to governor’s desk

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Smiley Sharing Uber St. Louis: Revisiting the Rideshare Bill

 Another question we get from many riders is this: Why can’t you pick up from the airport? We’ve attached an article below that addresses the reasons why Uber drivers can’t pick up passengers from the airport now.  Our last passenger couldn’t get a Uber from the airport and this frustrated her  to the point of tears.  Michael encouraged her to visit Smiley Sharing’s Facebook page, because he had shared an article about the status of the rideshare bill. She said that she would contact her local representative and share about it with her network. It was great to see Michael providing resources to a rider and help her recover from a chaotic day.

Creating Jobs with a New Transportation Option for Missourians

We are waiting on legislation to make its way through the Missouri government to allow us to pick people up from the airport. We urge you to contact your state representatives in the Missouri House and Senate to encourage them to pass the bill. It will improve service and give customers even more options for safe and reliable transportation.

Read Complete Blog Post Here: Smiley Sharing Uber St. Louis Ride-a-longs: Questions & Answers

Smiley Sharing Uber St. Louis: Uber Bill Missouri Updates!

“After years of effort by members of the Legislature, the Uber bill has found its way to the governor’s desk.

The House passed Rep. Kirk Mathews’ HB 130, a bill that creates a statewide regulatory framework for transportation networking companies, by a massive 144-7 margin Thursday afternoon.” Read full report here: Uber bill breaks through General Assembly, headed to governor’s desk

Smiley Sharing Uber St. Louis: A New Day for St Louis Rideshare!

Those of you who are riders and drivers of Uber in St. Louis rejoice. While Uber was never technically illegal in St. Louis (Here by Judge), we can all rejoice that we will all soon be protected by law throughout the state! We here at Smiley Sharing have been rejoicing all day long. Look for Lyft operating soon in St. Louis and the surrounding areas. For those who would like free money towards  their ride share ride, or if now you are confident in being a ride share driver, follow the links below!

Smiley Ridesharing

(You get a Trip, We Get a Trip: True Smiley Ridesharing!)

Smiley Ridesharing: Your First Uber Trip is Free

Smiley has given you a FREE Uber ride (up to $20). To claim your free gift, sign up using this link: Smiley Uber Sharing

Smiley Ridesharing: Your First $5 on Lyft is Free

To get $5 in ride credit, just download the Lyft app using Smiley’s referral. (  will get credit, too.) Here’s my our referral link: Smiley Lyft Sharing


Sign Up To Be A Driver

If you are a fan of our content, please consider using one of Michael’s referral links if you plan on signing up to drive.

Sign up to drive for Uber and get up to $1,000 (depending on your city – e-mail support@uber.com to verify the amount)

Sign up to drive for Lyft and get up to $1,000 (depending on your city)

Juno is now accepting pre-registration. You can sign up here using our referral link or our code: 5415-302

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