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Today, Uber announced that it will start offering rides that span international borders, at least for California residents hoping to make it into Mexico for spring break. Uber is already available in San Diego and Tijuana, but international restrictions have so far kept drivers from crossing the border with passengers, a move that saw many riders dropped off at the border and hailing a cab — or another Uber — once they walked across. Now, riders and drivers equipped with the necessary documentation — a US passport — can make the trip into Mexico before the driver is met with the…

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