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From an email sent by Ola to drivers on Friday 15 November 2019 at 4.52 pm:

1. Unaccompanied Minors

Did you know that Ola drivers are not able to take riders under the age of 18 year of age without an adult?

If you suspect a rider is under the age of 18, you can request to see some identification before commencing the trip if you are unsure.

If you suspect a rider is under the age of 18, you can request to see some identification before commencing the trip if you are unsure.

For more information on our policy, please refer to our Driver Guidelines or FAQ section on our website.

[end of extract from email]

From Ola's FAQs:

Can I take riders under 18 years of age?

No. Drivers are prohibited from picking up riders under the age of 18 unless accompanied by an adult for the entire duration of the trip.

If an adult places any child under 18 years of age in your vehicle without the adult with them, the driver must also refuse the ride.

If the driver suspects that a passenger may be under the age of 18, the driver must request to see identification from the passenger prior to starting the trip and you have the right to refuse the ride if the rider is under 18 years of age.

(https://ola.com.au/driver/faqs/)
 

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Why do they have this rule?, it aint like we gonna be serving them piss on their trip or asking them to vote.
We already certified non kiddy fiddlers, imagine if they had this rule for the school bus LOL.
 
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