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I'm not sure it is illegal in most states as you say. Remember we are talking about booked services. If a rider flags me down and I take them for cash or card payment, that would be ride hailing for which the car must be a registered taxi. When a rider calls me to book a ride then I go provide that service and get paid, I am fully within my rights.

ISV's are not required to collect or pay levy. Requirements are the same as for ride-sourcing vehicles (CPV in service label in windshield). Income & GST is reported the same as it is for ride-sourcing drivers.
Cool, totally illegal in qld, quite like vic govs attitude to this
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