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Uber wants to give Londoners free rides to scrap their polluting diesel cars

Uber UK today launched its Clean Air Plan, which sees the ridesharing company take several actions to reduce the ecological impact of its service, as well as motoring in general. Perhaps the most intriguing element is its diesel scrappage scheme, which sees the company offer £1,500 (about $2,000) in free rides to members of the public who take their polluting diesel cars off the road.
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