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[Taxi/Google Maps] The issue of choosing a taxi route is often controversial. Recently, a video has been widely circulated on the Internet. When a Hong Kong woman took a taxi, the driver saw the "Google Maps (Google Maps)" display

[Taxi/Google Maps] The issue of choosing a taxi route is often controversial. Recently, a video has been widely circulated on the Internet. When a Hong Kong woman takes a taxi, the driver sees "Google Maps (Google Maps)" showing the route she has chosen. "Red (traffic jam)" refused to drive, argued with the Hong Kong woman to no avail, and opened the door to ask the Hong Kong woman to get off the car.

However, the Hong Kong woman is not a "fuel-efficient lamp", so she immediately resorted to a "trick" to make the driver close the door and say "Okay, okay" and continue driving.

When a Hong Kong woman took a taxi, the driver refused to drive because he saw that "Google Maps (Google Maps)" displayed the route he had chosen as "red (traffic jam)".

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The YouTube channel "Hong Kong News and Current Events Collection" reposted the 1-minute video today (January 5), quoting that the Hong Kong woman got on a taxi, and the driver asked her "Talk about (Ngau Tau Kok) Zhenhua Road Ding Walking side", explaining that the route chosen by the Hong Kong girl is "Looking at Google (Google Maps) red (traffic jam)".

The Hong Kong girl questioned, "Is red a traffic jam?", and asked, "There is no traffic jam at all if there is a margin in the morning?" Then the driver firmly said no, and criticized the Hong Kong girl for "wasting time", and asked the Hong Kong girl to get off the bus.

From the video, I saw that the taxi was driving slowly at that time, and I heard the Hong Kong girl tell the driver, "I can't pick up the order like that, boss, driver. It's the first time I heard someone say that I can't do it. No way."

The driver replied, "You know the traffic jam, so you still want to go?" The Hong Kong woman asked, "Why do you think there is a traffic jam when you look at the map?".

The driver then explained "(Google Maps) is red", but the Hong Kong woman questioned, "Red is a traffic jam? This is from Google, but you saw it with your own eyes." She also said that "red" may not be very crowded. Said, "I've really tried to see red, but it's not really a good car frame."

Seeing that the argument failed, the driver suddenly stopped and unlocked the car door, and asked the Hong Kong girl to get out of the car. He said clearly, "No, no, you've called a second car. Oh, I'm sorry to bother you."

When the Hong Kong woman heard the words, she resorted to a trick, "You are refusing to take the car, call the police, I have a lot of time", the driver immediately closed the door and said "No, no, no, no", and drove again.

The Hong Kong woman called the police, but the driver said "no good no good" and drove again.

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Under the Road Traffic (Public Service Vehicles) Regulations, a taxi driver shall not, without reasonable excuse, "willfully refuse or neglect to accept a hire from a hirer, whether the hirer's intention is expressed or implied", and Shall not "refuse or neglect to drive the taxi to any place indicated by the hirer", otherwise he commits an offense and is liable on conviction to a maximum fine of $10,000 at level 3 and to imprisonment for 6 months.

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Source: hk1

All news articles on 2023-01-05

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