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Reader comment on item: More on Those Alcohol-shy Taxi Drivers
in response to reader comment: Do the other drivers really dislike the situation?

Submitted by Melisa (United States), Oct 10, 2006 at 20:34

Under the proposed "solution" by MAC, the alcohol-phobic drivers would no longer be penalized by going to the back of the line. There would be no penalty to the fare-refusers, other than, I suppose, less business than the other hacks due to the decreased numbers of fares taken. (Only a minimal loss, I suppose, given that only 2-3 refusal per day happen at the airport)

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