SFPD Seeking Cab Driver Who Choked And Robbed Passenger

A taxi driver choked and robbed a passenger in a dispute over a tip near San Francisco’s Buena Vista Park early Sunday morning, a police spokesman said today.

The taxi driver had taken a 37-year-old man to the area of Waller Street and Central Avenue around 1 a.m. Sunday and the victim asked for his change back, leaving no tip for the cabbie, police said.

An argument ensued and the passenger tried to flee but the driver caught up to him and began choking him, police spokesman Sgt. Dennis Toomer said.

The driver then got back into the cab and drove off, Toomer said.

The victim described the taxi driver as a white, balding man between 30 and 40 years old who has a muscular build and was wearing a polo shirt and jeans, Toomer said.

The victim did not know what company the driver works for, but said the taxi was white with red lettering, according to Toomer.

He was taken to a hospital to be treated for neck pain, Toomer said.

Anyone with information about the attack is encouraged to call the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or to send a tip by text message to TIP411 with “SFPD” in the message.

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  • Dean Clark

    Just another reason to use Uber, Sidecar and Lyft! You never hear of such things with the rideshare services!

    • Forthright

      uh, no

      • Dean Clark

        You must be in to that sort of thing. I simply want a ride when I take a taxi and not a recap of folsom street fair!

        • Forthright

          What in blazes are you blathering on about

          • Dean Clark

            If you think about it long enough, you might actually get the joke!

    • yermom72

      Of course not, because ridesharing is free. Uber Lyft and Sidecar, however, are not ridesharing.

      • Dean Clark

        When did ridesharing become free?

        • yermom72

          …. ever since it was called ride “sharing?”

          • Dean Clark

            Maybe you should look up the rules through the state of California and speak to others who ride share and I think you will be surprised.

          • yermom72

            You clearly have no idea what you are talking about. There is sharing a ride, and then there is giving a ride for payment. Two completely different things. Maybe you work for one of these companies? I hear they are big on astroturfing.

          • Dean Clark

            No I do not, but you do not know what you are talking about, please do your homework. You seem to go off of what you think and not what is reality!

          • yermom72

            Well, for a start, if I share something with you, I’m not going to charge you for it, right? That would be “renting” or “selling”. I assume you can agree?

          • Dean Clark

            I would have to disagree when it comes to ride share. If we are talking about a piece of cake or a soda or something we would share something without cost. A ride in someones car that is shared, usually people offer money to help pay for gas or some maintenance, that would not be renting or selling. A person rents a car for their own use or they buy a car which would be a sale.

          • yermom72

            Okay, so helping to cover the cost, sure. You’re then “sharing” the cost of the ride. But if the charge is more than the cost of gas, or the toll of the bridge, then it wouldn’t be sharing, right?

          • Dean Clark

            Why not?

          • yermom72

            Because if one person makes a profit, then that would be renting or selling!

            Either that, or everybody has always been “sharing” all along. Taxi drivers would already be ridesharers too, the grocery store kindly “shares” its food with you, the electric company shares electricity…

          • Dean Clark

            The grocery store has set prices as with electricity, the ride shares are donation based so you can give 0 dollars.

          • yermom72

            So if you give 0 dollars, that makes it sharing? Then you agree with what I said before, that ridesharing is free.

          • Dean Clark

            Thats not what is stated, some people are cheap and would give a ride share person 0 dollars and some are more generous, it still is ride share regardless of dollar amount.

          • yermom72

            But then you lose any reasonable basis on which to call it “sharing,” making it the same as a taxi, etc.

          • Dean Clark

            No it does not, it would be more of a hybrid.

          • yermom72

            Well, there’s progress, now you at least admit that these are not pure ridesharing but taxi-ridesharing hybrids?

            And for them not to be hybrids, to be pure ridesharing, the service would be free, or maybe at cost, at most?

          • Dean Clark

            no

          • yermom72

            No, what?

          • pailhead

            Why would you share a soda or a piece of cake for free and not a ride?

            It’s quite the other way around using your logic. While driving from point A to point B, you are already spending time, gas, and using your car for which you paid for. If you give someone a lift, it doesnt really cost you anything, since you have to do the drive anyway.

            If you make a cake, you spend the money on ingridients, their transportation, you spend time on preparing it, and you spend money on electricity, oven, kitchen etc. Or if you just buy the whole thing, then each piece is worth a fraction of that cost. I’m not quite sure if sharing and giving something away for free are the same thing.

            A ride definitely seems like it can be shared, since you don’t lose a single thing. A cake can be shared, as well, but if you give a piece of it to someone else, you’ll have one piece less.

          • Dean Clark

            Because it would be my choice whether to share a ride with my vehicle. A piece of cake or a soda are less expensive to share.

          • pailhead

            How so?

            Say that i’m some really expensive plastic surgeon, my hour is worth $400, i can easily make you a cake that would be worth $400 a slice. Say it takes me two hours to get the ingredients, i have a very expensive range, and we are having the cake in my mansion. Even if i go to the super market and just buy a whole cake, it will still cost a lot simply because my time is precious. Lets say $100 a slice.

            Then you have a car share. Say that i’m a student, i don’t work, i have a scholarship, i can only afford a really crappy car but it gets good mileage so gas is cheap. I make my ride to school every day, so say that the whole car cost me $1000, add the insurance and all that there, you make at least 2 car trips every day, say that the car runs for a few months without needing much maintenance, do all the math and you’ll eventually conclude that a single car ride can actually cost less than a whole cake in a supermarket.

            AGAIN, a cake is something that you can eat all by yourself. It’s a really simple concept. Say you have 8 slices of cake, if you eat it all by yourself, you’ll eat the entire cake. If you share your cake with someone, say you give someone half, you’ll be left with only half of the cake, and probably avoid getting diabetes. You can try any combination, like, if you share it with 7 other people, you will only be left with one EXPENSIVE slice. So for example, instead of eating a $2 slice of cake every day after lunch for 8 days, you are only going to eat a single $10 slice, only once.

            A car ride by comparison, is much much different. In order to truly share your ride, you have to find a person who more or less shares the same origin and destination. Otherwise you aren’t exactly sharing, but going out of your way to accommodate for someone.

            Think of it this way:

            Car share:

            1. you start driving, heading to point A (job, school…)

            2. you stop to pick up a passenger

            3. you stop what you were doing (going to point A)

            4. you change your destination to point B

            5. you get to point B and unload your passenger

            6. you go back to what you were doing in #1

            Taxi driver

            1. you start driving, no specific destination, this is your job

            2. you stop to pick up a passenger

            3. you start driving again,

            4. you start driving towards B

            5. you get to point B and unload your passenger

            6. you go back to what you were doing in #1

            To me this looks very much the same, but i might be missing something.

            Unless you are saying that all the people who drive for Uber , sidecar and lyft are complete douchebags, charging people for rides when they would be making the same trip anyway.

            When i was a kid (and this was abroad) people would usually pick up hitchhikers for free. You give someone a lift, you do a good deed, and you get someone to chat with.

            Today, corporations have figured out a way how to change that forever and tax this phenomenon.

            I wouldn’t be surprised at all if a food, or better yet cake sharing app comes out soon.

            I can already see it. You go buy the damn cake, bring it home, invite your friends, and then have them chip in through the app.

            Or toilet share, like, you have guests over, but charge them for using the facilities through an app. “Hey, toilet paper, soap, water, cleaning supplies, all that stuff costs money, here use the SplitPoop app to chip in”…

            If there werent for lyft uber, sidecar, etc. the cab driver would have probably been far less stressed out and this wouldnt have happened.

          • Dean Clark

            I see your scenario, but I think you should look at this:

            Say you go out and buy a car, say a BMW, or Mercedes and it costs about 50,000. Your payments might be around 800 a month for the car note and then you have gas, and maintenance. Say you take the 2 rides per day and they give you 10 per ride.

            800 divided by 30 days is 26.67 per day just for the car note, plus some gas and some maintenance which I am sure you are aware the maintenance is pretty expensive on this type of car. With depreciation because you are putting miles on your car you really would not be making anything off of rideshare!. I would much rather buy a cake and share it!

          • Dean Clark

            Grant it we have two different extremes here, but realistically a rideshare company is not going to allow a car in that bad of shape that you were using in your scenario. Only cab companies would allow cars of that nature on the street!

          • pailhead

            Someone who can afford a BMW or Mercedes, probably makes a ton of money, so it still raises the price of the cake 🙂

            That is besides the point, focus on my comparison and let me know what you think. Both cost money, one is a commodity.

          • Mrjhnsn

            let me reiterate….

            I “did my homework” and here is the exact wording from the California Public Utilities Code, which defines under what circumstances “ridesharing” is exempt from following CPUC or “local” motor vehicle for hire regulations (taxis):

            Section 5353(h)

            TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS BETWEEN HOME AND WORK LOCATIONS OR OF PERSONS HAVING A COMMON WORK-RELATED TRIP PURPOSE in a vehicle having a seating capacity of 15 passengers or less, including the driver, which are used for the purpose of ridesharing, as defined in Section 522 of the Vehicle Code, WHEN THE RIDESHARING IS INCIDENTAL TO ANOTHER PURPOSE OF THE DRIVER. This exemption also applies to a vehicle having a seating capacity of more than 15
            passengers if the driver files with the commission evidence of liability insurance protection in the same amount and in the same manner as required for a passenger stage corporation, and the vehicle undergoes and passes an annual safety inspection by the Department of the California Highway Patrol. The insurance filing shall be accompanied by a one-time filing fee of seventy-five dollars ($75). THIS EXEMPTION DOES NOT APPLY IF THE PRIMARY PURPOSE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF THOSE PERSONS IS TO MAKE A PROFIT.

          • Mrjhnsn

            Dean maybe you should actually read the law before you run your mouth:

            Section 5353(h)

            TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS BETWEEN HOME AND WORK LOCATIONS OR OF PERSONS HAVING A COMMON WORK-RELATED TRIP PURPOSE in a vehicle having a seating capacity of 15 passengers or less, including the driver, which are used for the purpose of ridesharing, as defined in Section 522 of the Vehicle Code, WHEN THE RIDESHARING IS INCIDENTAL TO ANOTHER PURPOSE OF THE DRIVER. This exemption also applies to a vehicle having a seating capacity of more than 15
            passengers if the driver files with the commission evidence of liability insurance protection in the same amount and in the same manner as required for a passenger stage corporation, and the vehicle undergoes and passes an annual safety inspection by the Department of the California Highway Patrol. The insurance filing shall be accompanied by a one-time filing fee of seventy-five dollars ($75). THIS EXEMPTION DOES NOT APPLY IF THE PRIMARY PURPOSE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF THOSE PERSONS IS TO MAKE A PROFIT.

          • Dean Clark

            Trevor, if you read the dialogue and read the law and stay on track with the conversation. Where does it mention in the laws how much a rideshare can charge be it donation or fixed rate?

            Btw did you see this?

            http://www.ktvu.com/videos/news/exclusive-surveillance-video-inside-cab-of-fatal/v4ww2/

            I found this to be interesting!

          • Mrjhnsn

            and while we are at it… What happened, did you get fired from Sidecar too?

            http://www.shareable.net/blog/former-cabbie-ridesharing-is-the-future

          • Dean Clark

            Interesting coming from a guy who use to dispatch at National cab Company and harass me over the radio about being gay. Are you still at Luxor Cab driving taxi or were you fired from that job as well. I hope not we have enough homophobic cab drivers out there.

  • Dean Clark

    Just another reason to use Uber, Sidecar and Lyft! You never hear of such things with the rideshare services!

    • Forthright

      uh, no

      • Dean Clark

        You must be in to that sort of thing. I simply want a ride when I take a taxi and not a recap of folsom street fair!

        • Forthright

          What in blazes are you blathering on about

          • Dean Clark

            If you think about it long enough, you might actually get the joke!

    • yermom72

      Of course not, because ridesharing is free. Uber Lyft and Sidecar, however, are not ridesharing.

      • Dean Clark

        When did ridesharing become free?

        • yermom72

          …. ever since it was called ride “sharing?”

          • Dean Clark

            Maybe you should look up the rules through the state of California and speak to others who ride share and I think you will be surprised.

          • yermom72

            You clearly have no idea what you are talking about. There is sharing a ride, and then there is giving a ride for payment. Two completely different things. Maybe you work for one of these companies? I hear they are big on astroturfing.

          • Dean Clark

            No I do not, but you do not know what you are talking about, please do your homework. You seem to go off of what you think and not what is reality!

          • yermom72

            Well, for a start, if I share something with you, I’m not going to charge you for it, right? That would be “renting” or “selling”. I assume you can agree?

          • Dean Clark

            I would have to disagree when it comes to ride share. If we are talking about a piece of cake or a soda or something we would share something without cost. A ride in someones car that is shared, usually people offer money to help pay for gas or some maintenance, that would not be renting or selling. A person rents a car for their own use or they buy a car which would be a sale.

          • yermom72

            Okay, so helping to cover the cost, sure. You’re then “sharing” the cost of the ride. But if the charge is more than the cost of gas, or the toll of the bridge, then it wouldn’t be sharing, right?

          • Dean Clark

            Why not?

          • yermom72

            Because if one person makes a profit, then that would be renting or selling!

            Either that, or everybody has always been “sharing” all along. Taxi drivers would already be ridesharers too, the grocery store kindly “shares” its food with you, the electric company shares electricity…

          • Dean Clark

            The grocery store has set prices as with electricity, the ride shares are donation based so you can give 0 dollars.

          • yermom72

            So if you give 0 dollars, that makes it sharing? Then you agree with what I said before, that ridesharing is free.

          • Dean Clark

            Thats not what is stated, some people are cheap and would give a ride share person 0 dollars and some are more generous, it still is ride share regardless of dollar amount.

          • yermom72

            But then you lose any reasonable basis on which to call it “sharing,” making it the same as a taxi, etc.

          • Dean Clark

            No it does not, it would be more of a hybrid.

          • yermom72

            Well, there’s progress, now you at least admit that these are not pure ridesharing but taxi-ridesharing hybrids?

            And for them not to be hybrids, to be pure ridesharing, the service would be free, or maybe at cost, at most?

          • Dean Clark

            no

          • yermom72

            No, what?

          • pailhead

            Why would you share a soda or a piece of cake for free and not a ride?

            It’s quite the other way around using your logic. While driving from point A to point B, you are already spending time, gas, and using your car for which you paid for. If you give someone a lift, it doesnt really cost you anything, since you have to do the drive anyway.

            If you make a cake, you spend the money on ingridients, their transportation, you spend time on preparing it, and you spend money on electricity, oven, kitchen etc. Or if you just buy the whole thing, then each piece is worth a fraction of that cost. I’m not quite sure if sharing and giving something away for free are the same thing.

            A ride definitely seems like it can be shared, since you don’t lose a single thing. A cake can be shared, as well, but if you give a piece of it to someone else, you’ll have one piece less.

          • Dean Clark

            Because it would be my choice whether to share a ride with my vehicle. A piece of cake or a soda are less expensive to share.

          • pailhead

            How so?

            Say that i’m some really expensive plastic surgeon, my hour is worth $400, i can easily make you a cake that would be worth $400 a slice. Say it takes me two hours to get the ingredients, i have a very expensive range, and we are having the cake in my mansion. Even if i go to the super market and just buy a whole cake, it will still cost a lot simply because my time is precious. Lets say $100 a slice.

            Then you have a car share. Say that i’m a student, i don’t work, i have a scholarship, i can only afford a really crappy car but it gets good mileage so gas is cheap. I make my ride to school every day, so say that the whole car cost me $1000, add the insurance and all that there, you make at least 2 car trips every day, say that the car runs for a few months without needing much maintenance, do all the math and you’ll eventually conclude that a single car ride can actually cost less than a whole cake in a supermarket.

            AGAIN, a cake is something that you can eat all by yourself. It’s a really simple concept. Say you have 8 slices of cake, if you eat it all by yourself, you’ll eat the entire cake. If you share your cake with someone, say you give someone half, you’ll be left with only half of the cake, and probably avoid getting diabetes. You can try any combination, like, if you share it with 7 other people, you will only be left with one EXPENSIVE slice. So for example, instead of eating a $2 slice of cake every day after lunch for 8 days, you are only going to eat a single $10 slice, only once.

            A car ride by comparison, is much much different. In order to truly share your ride, you have to find a person who more or less shares the same origin and destination. Otherwise you aren’t exactly sharing, but going out of your way to accommodate for someone.

            Think of it this way:

            Car share:

            1. you start driving, heading to point A (job, school…)

            2. you stop to pick up a passenger

            3. you stop what you were doing (going to point A)

            4. you change your destination to point B

            5. you get to point B and unload your passenger

            6. you go back to what you were doing in #1

            Taxi driver

            1. you start driving, no specific destination, this is your job

            2. you stop to pick up a passenger

            3. you start driving again,

            4. you start driving towards B

            5. you get to point B and unload your passenger

            6. you go back to what you were doing in #1

            To me this looks very much the same, but i might be missing something.

            Unless you are saying that all the people who drive for Uber , sidecar and lyft are complete douchebags, charging people for rides when they would be making the same trip anyway.

            When i was a kid (and this was abroad) people would usually pick up hitchhikers for free. You give someone a lift, you do a good deed, and you get someone to chat with.

            Today, corporations have figured out a way how to change that forever and tax this phenomenon.

            I wouldn’t be surprised at all if a food, or better yet cake sharing app comes out soon.

            I can already see it. You go buy the damn cake, bring it home, invite your friends, and then have them chip in through the app.

            Or toilet share, like, you have guests over, but charge them for using the facilities through an app. “Hey, toilet paper, soap, water, cleaning supplies, all that stuff costs money, here use the SplitPoop app to chip in”…

            If there werent for lyft uber, sidecar, etc. the cab driver would have probably been far less stressed out and this wouldnt have happened.

          • Dean Clark

            I see your scenario, but I think you should look at this:

            Say you go out and buy a car, say a BMW, or Mercedes and it costs about 50,000. Your payments might be around 800 a month for the car note and then you have gas, and maintenance. Say you take the 2 rides per day and they give you 10 per ride.

            800 divided by 30 days is 26.67 per day just for the car note, plus some gas and some maintenance which I am sure you are aware the maintenance is pretty expensive on this type of car. With depreciation because you are putting miles on your car you really would not be making anything off of rideshare!. I would much rather buy a cake and share it!

          • Dean Clark

            Grant it we have two different extremes here, but realistically a rideshare company is not going to allow a car in that bad of shape that you were using in your scenario. Only cab companies would allow cars of that nature on the street!

          • pailhead

            Someone who can afford a BMW or Mercedes, probably makes a ton of money, so it still raises the price of the cake 🙂

            That is besides the point, focus on my comparison and let me know what you think. Both cost money, one is a commodity.

          • Mrjhnsn

            let me reiterate….

            I “did my homework” and here is the exact wording from the California Public Utilities Code, which defines under what circumstances “ridesharing” is exempt from following CPUC or “local” motor vehicle for hire regulations (taxis):

            Section 5353(h)

            TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS BETWEEN HOME AND WORK LOCATIONS OR OF PERSONS HAVING A COMMON WORK-RELATED TRIP PURPOSE in a vehicle having a seating capacity of 15 passengers or less, including the driver, which are used for the purpose of ridesharing, as defined in Section 522 of the Vehicle Code, WHEN THE RIDESHARING IS INCIDENTAL TO ANOTHER PURPOSE OF THE DRIVER. This exemption also applies to a vehicle having a seating capacity of more than 15
            passengers if the driver files with the commission evidence of liability insurance protection in the same amount and in the same manner as required for a passenger stage corporation, and the vehicle undergoes and passes an annual safety inspection by the Department of the California Highway Patrol. The insurance filing shall be accompanied by a one-time filing fee of seventy-five dollars ($75). THIS EXEMPTION DOES NOT APPLY IF THE PRIMARY PURPOSE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF THOSE PERSONS IS TO MAKE A PROFIT.

          • Mrjhnsn

            Dean maybe you should actually read the law before you run your mouth:

            Section 5353(h)

            TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS BETWEEN HOME AND WORK LOCATIONS OR OF PERSONS HAVING A COMMON WORK-RELATED TRIP PURPOSE in a vehicle having a seating capacity of 15 passengers or less, including the driver, which are used for the purpose of ridesharing, as defined in Section 522 of the Vehicle Code, WHEN THE RIDESHARING IS INCIDENTAL TO ANOTHER PURPOSE OF THE DRIVER. This exemption also applies to a vehicle having a seating capacity of more than 15
            passengers if the driver files with the commission evidence of liability insurance protection in the same amount and in the same manner as required for a passenger stage corporation, and the vehicle undergoes and passes an annual safety inspection by the Department of the California Highway Patrol. The insurance filing shall be accompanied by a one-time filing fee of seventy-five dollars ($75). THIS EXEMPTION DOES NOT APPLY IF THE PRIMARY PURPOSE FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF THOSE PERSONS IS TO MAKE A PROFIT.

          • Dean Clark

            Trevor, if you read the dialogue and read the law and stay on track with the conversation. Where does it mention in the laws how much a rideshare can charge be it donation or fixed rate?

            Btw did you see this?

            http://www.ktvu.com/videos/news/exclusive-surveillance-video-inside-cab-of-fatal/v4ww2/

            I found this to be interesting!

          • Mrjhnsn

            and while we are at it… What happened, did you get fired from Sidecar too?

            http://www.shareable.net/blog/former-cabbie-ridesharing-is-the-future

          • Dean Clark

            Interesting coming from a guy who use to dispatch at National cab Company and harass me over the radio about being gay. Are you still at Luxor Cab driving taxi or were you fired from that job as well. I hope not we have enough homophobic cab drivers out there.

  • Ed Healy

    Hi – The yellow vehicle in the picture is not a San Francisco Taxicab. It’s from some other city or it’s an illegal.

    The description of a white taxi with red letting only comes close to fitting Bay Cab. However, Bay cabs also have tan side panels but a person being strangled might understandably have missed a few details.

    There is also a Red and white taxi company in Alameda that seems to fit the description more closely.

    • Richard Rabinowitz

      Why do I have the feeling that it’s a model of a 1950s NYC taxi on a countertop?

    • Dean Clark

      Luxor cab is also white!

    • Mrjhnsn

      Ed you are correct, this sounds by the description of the cab and the driver’s behavior, that he was an out of town cabbie trying to work our streets. He probably took the long way and the customer thought he did it on purpose because the customer was drunk and not paying attention to the markings on the cab that would indicate that it was a valid SF taxi.
      Also worth noting that with the current GPS and video in the cabs we would have known within 24 hours if this was a real SF cab driver.

      ALL signs point to it being a bandit.

  • Ed Healy

    Hi – The yellow vehicle in the picture is not a San Francisco Taxicab. It’s from some other city or it’s an illegal.

    The description of a white taxi with red letting only comes close to fitting Bay Cab. However, Bay cabs also have tan side panels but a person being strangled might understandably have missed a few details.

    There is also a Red and white taxi company in Alameda that seems to fit the description more closely.

    • Richard Rabinowitz

      Why do I have the feeling that it’s a model of a 1950s NYC taxi on a countertop?

    • Dean Clark

      Luxor cab is also white!

    • Mrjhnsn

      Ed you are correct, this sounds by the description of the cab and the driver’s behavior, that he was an out of town cabbie trying to work our streets. He probably took the long way and the customer thought he did it on purpose because the customer was drunk and not paying attention to the markings on the cab that would indicate that it was a valid SF taxi.
      Also worth noting that with the current GPS and video in the cabs we would have known within 24 hours if this was a real SF cab driver.

      ALL signs point to it being a bandit.

  • Jewli Judd

    Arrow Cab

  • Jewli Judd

    Arrow Cab

  • Kip Macy

    Dean: I’m not sure why you hate taxi cabs so much. I know someone who’s gotten in a fight with an Uber driver. Unless you think the electronic paper trail left by Uber Sidecar Lyft protects you?

  • Kip Macy

    Dean: I’m not sure why you hate taxi cabs so much. I know someone who’s gotten in a fight with an Uber driver. Unless you think the electronic paper trail left by Uber Sidecar Lyft protects you?

  • Dean Clark

    Ride share supporters please help by signing the petition in Los Angeles:

    https://www.change.org/petitions/city-of-los-angeles-repeal-the-cease-and-desist-order-on-uber-lyft-and-sidecar

  • Dean Clark

    Ride share supporters please help by signing the petition in Los Angeles:

    https://www.change.org/petitions/city-of-los-angeles-repeal-the-cease-and-desist-order-on-uber-lyft-and-sidecar