I agree with you that the myopia and inactivity of the state comes not only from this government, but also from the previous one, but those who© govern are the ones who make the decisions, and Circular 015 comes from this superintendent. It was great for the previous government to understand that this was an activity that was not regulated, that was legal, that was legal. It was great for both governments to understand that it could be a liquite that could be regulated. And the regulatory attempts they made were a failure. In the end, they regulated the transportation mechanisms. What Vargas Lleras did, for example, was issue a decree to regulate luxury taxis. And the SIC said at the time: This does not solve the problem of technology platforms. This creates a different form of taxis that are still subject to the perverse quota system. All of this shows the incompetence of this government and the previous government, but over time the problem becomes more complex. And that`s because the government before taxis had enough lack of a solution that would allow citizens to live better in a world with more mobility options. As for plans for 2021, the app has explored new solutions for users in this situation and has strengthened the alliance with Cornershop to make purchases at retailers The Beat platform hopes to strengthen its latest delivery services in the face of new restrictions: Beat Shipping and Beat Moto Shipping, which, according to Alejandro Arbeláez, General manager of the company in Colombia, becomes a facilitation for “multiple target groups”. (i) Use the Platform for purposes other than those set forth herein and generally for illegal purposes that harm, cause damage, or may cause damage or may cause damage to BEAT or any third party.

In the event that the provider user`s statement is required in connection with a complaint that BEAT receives from requesting users or third parties who may have been harmed by any type of contingency, the provider user must specify in detail under oath the incident that occurred. It should be noted that the statement must contain truthful facts, as this statement (by physical or digital means) can be submitted to the competent authority if it so requests, so that in case of false information, appropriate criminal acts can be initiated. The Superintendence of Transport has dealt a new blow to the fight against platforms that facilitate the provision of transportation services, the regulation of which continues to be the subject of controversy in the country. The watchdog tasked the mayors of 18 capitals and 13 of the country`s most populous municipalities with investigating and punishing those in its area of responsibility who are “people caught performing public transport in private vehicles.” (Read: The reasons why Uber declares itself legal in Colombia) 12.4. Without prejudice to the provisions of the previous clause, the violation by the provider user of any of the obligations set out in this document will result in the automatic termination of this document, so that the right and authorization of the provider user to use the platform at that time remain null and void, without prejudice to the legal action that BEAT may take to claim the damages caused by this violation and on the occasion of termination. As soon as the automatic termination has taken place, BEAT sends a message to the user of the provider, which is only informative. However, the debate over the regulation of these applications and whether this constitutes unfair competition for the Taxi Drivers` Guild has also intensified. These claim to be victims of excessive regulation by the authorities, while the drivers of the applications operate illegally. 6.7. In the event that a fraudulent receipt of an incentive generated by BEAT is detected, these will not be effective and the account will be immediately suspended, without prejudice to any legal action that may be brought by BEAT.

2.4. The Service Provider User accepts and acknowledges that BEAT may take legal action to demand compliance with all the provisions set out in these General Terms and Conditions, so that the Provider User undertakes to implement them exclusively and exclusively for the provision of the Services. The User Provider acknowledges that BEAT may demand compensation for damages caused by the breach of its obligations, including compensation for indirect damages and loss of profit. Likewise, BEAT is not responsible and cannot be sued against BEAT for damages that the Provider User or third parties may suffer as a result of the breach of the obligations and statements of the Provider User or the requesting Users set out in this document. 7.2. It is expressly emphasized that BEAT is not liable for damages suffered by a Supplier User who has copied, reproduced, modified, modified, distributed, distributed and /or transmitted the Platform or its contents protected by copyright and intellectual property, and reserves the right to take legal action against the Provider User or third parties for such violations and also, the power to request them as a guarantee for claims, claims or actions initiated by third parties in connection with the damages caused by such violations. The Superintendence of Transport sanctioned Cabify, Didi and Beat for 1,722 million pesos for facilitating non-compliance with the rules of the sector because some of their driver-users take over the provision of the public transport service without complying with legal requirements. In a dialogue with W Radio, transportation superintendent Wilmer Salazar says Salazar worries them the most because the number required to work legally is not reached: Uber and Beat, for their part, were some of the organizations that advocated working with state agencies to complete the process of regulating and legalizing these types of applications. (ix) The Provider`s User provides the Services in a lawful and diligent manner and is responsible for their legality and reputation vis-à-vis the Requesting Users who use the Requesting Users` Platform. In addition, he called on the municipal authorities to take legal and administrative measures against those who provide the service without complying with the regulations and against those who facilitate illegal operations. That would mean drivers could be fined 700 legal minimum wages, equivalent to about $624 million, according to the Superintendence of Transportation.

Currently, the Superintendence is laying charges against companies that would facilitate the provision of public services, under leasing contracts, which would in fact be contracts of carriage. This is part of the ongoing research,” said Transportation Superintendent Camilo Pabón.