Last week I caught someone, again, exiting my car while carrying an open container (beer can) that was snuck in. This got me wondering what to do if I'm pulled over and the cop sees a pax with an open container. Has anyone had to deal with this?
Just curious to hear if anyone here has any particularly frustrating/amusing Cancelation experiences they wanted to share/get off their chest? Hopefully nothing mid-ride--where the person was being difficult/threatening you-- but maybe something where looking back, you probably dodged a bullet...
Warning explicit language
"Oh my god, we're going to die," the female passenger says.
But the driver responds: "That's why I don't let everybody in my **** ride."
Video of altercation:
Tne ACT rideshare legislation does not ban passengers in a rideshare vehicle from drinking alcohol or from possessing an open container of alcohol. (Of course, the driver would be entitled to deny his or her permission for this to happen.)
Interestingly, the same legislation in section 147 does...
Ive been reading postings on this site regarding open container laws (most postings never seem to quote actual laws "as written") and it got me wondering about Georgia's specific laws.
From the Governers Office of Highway Safety
Open Container Law
The law defines "open alcoholic beverage...
So last night I transported some college kids and when we almost got to the destination I noticed that one of them had a alcohol in a soft drink bottle. What do you guys do in this type of situation. End the ride right there, stop and ask them to toss it, create a report with Uber?