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NLA Updates Its Duty Of Care And Ride Safety Standards

Posted on February 26, 2019
The NLA amendments directly reflect and align with the National Transportation Safety Board's guidance on safety briefings, certification transparency, and safety belts. (LCT file image)

The NLA amendments directly reflect and align with the National Transportation Safety Board's guidance on safety briefings, certification transparency, and safety belts. (LCT file image)

NEW YORK --- The National Limousine Association (NLA) published revisions Feb. 26 to its passenger Bill of Rights and driver Duty of Care. Continuing its effors to promote safety in the ground transportation industry, the NLA strongly encourages all operators, drivers, legislators, and passengers to take notice.

NLA press release here

Related Topics: driver behavior, driver safety, duty of care, ground transportation, National Limousine Association, National Transportation Safety Board, passenger safety, regulatory enforcement, Ride Responsibly, TNCs

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