Drivers may refrain from maintenance only if there are grounds for concern for their own personal health and wellbeing. The following precautions should be observed by passengers: - Only call and board registered regional cars and notify the passenger of your arrival; the passenger has the right to notify the passenger of his preference.
- See the Driver's FACE CARDS with the name and number clearly shown on the right passenger's sight and on the passenger information monitor in the rear seat. - Observe the NUMBER shown on the skylight cupola; the character and three digits are the unambiguous PMIN (Public Vehicle Identification Number) that all licenced and recorded circular taxis must have.
- See the tariff form authorised by the Department of For-Hire Vehicles, attached to the back doors, seats or ventilation windows. - Do NOT allow road sharks from unregistered or unregistered cars. ONLY privat cars may be procured via an authorized electronic application. - You will be taken directly to your final destinations in the Washington Metropolitan Region.
- 911 is your phone number if you think you are under threat in a car rental, whether privately or publicly.
Medaillon Taxikab passenger list of rights of the medallion
If you' re a taxi cabbie, you have the right: Utilize the E-ZPass tracks and make the E-ZPass tolls; make your payments with your currency, your loan or your debt cards; choose if you want to tip and how much you want to tip your drivers; don't give an extra amount for luggage or help them load your things; a secure and polite chauffeur who complies with all road safety regulations; a chauffeur who doesn't use a mobile telephone (handheld or hands-free) while travelling; a chauffeur who knows the way around town; clear skies, clear skies, clear skies; clear parking; clear parking; clear parking; clear parking; clear parking; clear parking; clear road access; clear parking; clear parking; clear parking; clear parking; and clear parking.
When you think that your right has been infringed by a taxi rider, please file a consumer complaint. For more information, please see 311 Online.