Easteranting

zanboor

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Greetings, what can we expect in terms of demand over the coming Easter holiday?
Thanks
Expect some entitled pax to approach your car with a can of beer in his hands thinking it’s ALRIGHT to drink alcohol in your car
 

D-River

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Expect some entitled pax to approach your car with a can of beer in his hands thinking it’s ALRIGHT to drink alcohol in your car
Happens all the time. I feel like putting that on my profile so that people can be pre warned.
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Just found this

For residents of NSW, South Australia, and Victoria there are no pieces of legislation or explicit mentions in law of it being illegal to have an open vessel of alcohol in your car, which means passengers should be able to drink booze while someone else drives (within reason). Of course, the inference remains that the person driving is in full control of the vehicle and remains under the blood alcohol limit for their licence.
 

RoboRider

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It would be the passenger. Woukd come down to drinking alcohol in a public space because a CPV is considered public space (same reason why you can't smoke inside a CPV, including a taxi and why you can't take open drinks on trains, buses or trams).
 

clmre

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Nothing worse then a hen pecking wife. :eek:Poor bugger.:frown:Our George was in a similar situation where the Mrs drove him :confusion:
Yup that poor hub might 'celebrate' Easter fixing a fence, move a pile of bricks or some other back breaking labor if Uber is quiet :eek:
Tormented souls like that suffer in silence, hold it inside way too long till one day when explode wiping out entire household from family pet to the big bossy queen:eek:
 
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