DUMB ON THE ROAD: SHOCK VIDEO HERE. This is not exactly the type of publicity that helps the charter and tour and chauffeured transportation industries, let alone the company and NLA member that operates and employs the driver. In fairness to the company, no operator can control every chauffeur or driver at all times, and every company invariably will get an employee who turns out to be a dud. The driver in the video has been put on leave.
But one strong selling point for both transportation segments is SAFETY. It's one of the main things that distinguishes chartered buses and black vehicles from public transit and taxi cabs. There have been too many mass transport accidents in recent years. Talking and texting on cell phones while driving LEADS TO THIS. -- M.R.
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