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RTO has made it obligatory for all black/yellow cabs with re-calibrated electric counters to issue price tickets to their taxi drivers containing information about the route travelled, the wait times and the amount computed. A taxi driver found with a re-calibrated counter without a driver will be liable to a fine of 1,500 rubles.
Consumers campaigners believe that if travellers are deceived, they can use the vouchers as proof against rovingrivers. Now, the distances will be mirrored in the records. During the last two week all three racers - Tardeo, Andheri and Wadala - experienced an enormous run of taxi and car recalibrations.
More than 17,000 cars have been fitted with new E-Meters, while almost 9,000 cabs have been calibrated to date. On request, the driver of these cabs must provide a receipt. "That will lead to more transparent tariffs. commuters have the right to ask for receipts," an RTO officer said.
Often there are disputes between riders and travellers about the tariffs and routes shown on e-meters. "However, now the proof of rigged reading will be on the vouchers. Commuteers can also compute tariffs by multipling the range by 12xRs. "From today, trips with naval cabins like Meru and TabCab will be more costly, with the reserve rate rising by 3 for the first mile and the reserve rate rising by 3 for every additional mile. Because Meru said.
Previously the pass rate was 24 for the first kilometres and rose by 17 for each additional kilometre. There is a great need for naval taxi services in Mumbai, especially for those traveling to national and foreign airport, as their cars provide convenient, air-conditioned rideways. There is no need for a commuter to be concerned about how the tariffs are calculated, as all commuter cabs have electric counters and even most operators are good.
As an example, for a 20 km trip, the price was about 347 Rh, but now it will be 407 Rh, which corresponds to an increase of 60 Rh. RTO has also set various tariffs for naval taxi on the basis of the costs of the vessels used and distributed four appropriate rate maps.
Classes are intended for vehicles with a value of less than 5 litres per litre, for vehicles with a value of between 5 litres per litre and 8 litres per litre, for vehicles with a value of between 8 litres per litre and 12 litres per litre and for vehicles with a value of more than 12 litres per litre. The majority of Mumbai naval taxi companies have vehicles that drop into the plate from 5 to 8 litres and will adhere to the minimal R-27 tariffs.
In the case of cars with a value of less than 5 litres of Rh, the price will be 25 for the first kilometres and 18 for each additional kilometre. The price for 8 lakh-Rs 12 trucks is at least 30 Rh and increases by 23 Rh for each additional kilometre.
The tariffs have been designed to meet the needs of certain companies, such as TabCab, which are planning to introduce high-end costly cabs. In the above mentioned 12 kg Rh class the min. rate is 32 kg and it rises by 25 kg for each additional kilometre.