Khabarovsk taxi drivers was dismissed because of “washing” the passengers green paint

Khabarovsk taxi drivers was dismissed because of “washing” the passengers green paint

The management of the taxi service “Maxim” in Khabarovsk considers “unacceptable” behavior of the taxi driver who was forced to “wash” the brilliant green of two girls paid for a taxi. This was reported by RBC specialist of Department on public relations of service of the taxi Maria Pukhova.

She said that in this situation, and passengers, and the driver had committed criminal acts. The check results will decide whether to continue cooperation with the driver. “Drivers have instructions on how to act if a passenger refuses to pay. Arbitrariness is unacceptable,” she said.

According to Feather, the price of travel on intercity route was 2150 RUB., passengers on arrival are not paid.

The driver relied on the decency of the passengers took the advance and left him destitute. He still needs to pay for the car rental. Maria Pukhova

The representative of “Maxim” said that after the incident, the driver himself called the police. “Our managers are ready to request the police to provide additional information about the trip”, she concluded.

Taxi “Maxim” has ceased to cooperate with the taxi drivers (the video that hit the net, visible to the two men. — RBC), which, according to the recent online video, forced not to pay the fare of two girls “wash” with paint. This was stated by “RIA Novosti” President of the far Eastern Association of carriers taxi Alexander Cages.

According to Sadkova, the Association asked the head of dispatching service taxi Maxim Shusharina from the city of Kurgan-breaking partnerships with these taxi drivers. He noted that the leadership of solidarity with the Association and believes that “should not happen”.

According to Shusharina to protect both passengers and taxi drivers, in transportation necessary to restore order and enact the necessary legislation. These standards should regulate the safety of taxi drivers and passengers, “at least at the regional level”, and the industry needs to be controlled.