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Your festive ride home rights, explained…

Dec 16, 2023 | News

This time of the year highlights the less savory side of the Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry.

There has been no indication that the Allan government has any interest in addressing the core roots of this challenge.

Issues with the industry can be traced back to the deregulation of the 2017 taxi industry, poor pay, and working conditions for drivers.

Melissa Cunningham The Age
‘Uber drivers are using PaylD to bypass their own platform and charge riders hefty cash prices for fares,
as Victorians are being warned to watch out for price gouging and touting this festive season.”

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