I just watched a random video where an Uber driver is stopped by the cops, and the cops eventually mention that "there's a lot of history on this vehicle", and mention that it makes sense that there is "history" on the vehicle because he is an Uber driver.
The driver then seems to imply that he's just driving the vehicle and that it isn't his.
But isn't the whole point of "Uber" that it's like "peer-to-peer taxi"? Isn't an Uber driver just some guy who has registered as a driver on an "app" and then he drives people from point A to point B, just like a traditional taxi, using his own car?
If it isn't his car, then whose is it?
If you need context, this is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UQKkYWDUQ4
(The relevant part is a few minutes in, maybe 4:30.)