View Poll Results: Are regulations in cities good or bad

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  • No regulations and things will sort out?

    1 11.11%
  • The city will determine what works?

    0 0%
  • Just a licence not requirements or restrictions?

    1 11.11%
  • Licences for every driver and operator with requirements?

    6 66.67%
  • Lots of regulations to keep pedicabs highly restricted?

    1 11.11%
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Thread: Pedicab and Rickshaw Regulations

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    [QUOTE=Greg;3803]

    You blow all you got on a overload, nights over cause its hurl time.


    so funny......... I have blown chunks too, but it was at least three uphill rides up this thing.....after the third, the heavy breathing caused the cough, then.........well you know

    We have had not one single problem with getting any regulations thrown into our faces....and we are happy to see this as a current trend in the smaller cities we are fueling......every one of the companies we helped has enjoyed a co-operational partnership in the development of their local cab companies with the police and the city that likes the travel and tourism that our vehicles bring to the city.........and all are insured and rolling on a trust to uphold the law, as they grant the licenses for vehicles to anyone so easily, they figure we are the least of their worries.

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    'why do people take tips instead of having an flat rate ... and are tips taxable???? '
    Sadly all income is taxable, otherwise the government could not spend so much money on the banks

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    Sadly any hire or reward is still in need of a hackney license outside of the capital (UK) and any form of reward ie tips would mean falling foul of the law.

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