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  1. Canberra
    At rideshare lunch today, a driver asked me for an overview of the legal requirements for child restraints in vehicles in the ACT. In doing so, I drew the driver's attention to the relevant part of the Access Canberra website. The relevant law in New South Wales is to the same effect as that...
  2. Canberra
    An article dated 15 October 2018 by John Thistleton in RiotACT is about the women's rideshare service Shebah in Canberra. See https://the-riotact.com/edwina-helps-drive-a-safer-journey-for-women/269033. The article includes the following information: • Canberra has 20 Shebah drivers but they...
  3. Jacksonville
    This must be what these disgusting humans think that i will say when they are toting their toddlers down the stairs of the gov. Assisted housing projects like a bag of laundry under thier arm. Time and time again i will actually get out of the car to show im serious and also to see if someone...
  4. Stories
    Warning language Guess he doesn't care about laws or his child safety.
  5. Canberra
    ACT Policing media release (https://policenews.act.gov.au/news/media-releases/man-driving-unrestrained-children-fined-over-2000-and-12-demerit-points): Man driving with unrestrained children fined over $2000 and 12 demerit points Publish date: Tuesday, 27 February 2018, Publish time...
  6. Quad Cities
    Today I had two trips which involved children under the age of 6. Neither had the proper car seats, so I refused to transport. The law states: A child under 1 year old who weighs less than 20 lbs. must be secured in a rear-facing child restraint system. A child under 6 years old must be secured...
  7. Connecticut
    Mom in a big rush to get her under 7 (can you tell the difference between 6 and 7?) child to day-care before going to work without a child car seat. Maybe she offers a tip, but probably not. Should an UberX or XL even start the ride? Should you tell her to order UberBlack or UberSelect that...
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