It is reported that during the trial period of the public consultation Council, each topic will be discussed for 7 days. At present, the first issue of whether drunken passengers can refuse to drive alone has been put on line for public opinion.
In a closed driving environment, what kind of relationship should passengers and drivers maintain and how can they live in harmony? On November 2, when the results of the survey of the Wanzhou River Falling Bus in Chongqing were released, the Public Assessment Council launched by Droplet promptly triggered a heated discussion among netizens.
The topic is drunk passengers traveling alone, can the driver refuse to load? When drunken persons are not accompanied by vehicles, they may cause disputes or even personal injury, which may affect travel safety.
In view of whether or not the drunken passengers could refuse to take part in the discussion, the Council gave 3 views respectively.
The main idea of refusing to load is:
Drunkenness is often confused and often accompanied by wrong road or deep sleep.
Drunk people vomit in the car, it is difficult to clean up, affecting others to ride the vehicle.
Intoxicated people are emotionally unstable and easily lead to disputes and personal conflicts.
The idea of refusing to refuse is:
It is difficult for drivers to accurately judge the degree of intoxication of passengers, and it is easy to refuse them with malicious intent.
Drunkenness alone on the street may cause drunkenness to be injured.
When a drunken man riots on a bus, the driver can send it to a nearby police station.
As soon as the topic was thrown out, it attracted many comments and suggestions from netizens. As of 5:30 p.m. on November 2, 1572 netizens had voted, of which 1364 chose to reject it, accounting for 86% of the total number, and only 208 chose not to reject it.
The reason for taking this topic as the first issue is that disputes caused by drunk driving occur every day, and more than 30,000 complaints and reports from drivers received by the platform every day are related to drunk passengers.
In the announcement, Droplet also said that the results of the voting and comments will be directly fed back to the relevant team of the company, providing reference suggestions for the platform to sort out rules, optimize product solutions, and establish a difficult case base. Relevant solutions will also be submitted to the Safety Supervision Advisory Committee. The platform will draw on the wisdom and expertise of relevant fields, and the final solution will be made public. At the same time, regular participants will be invited to participate in the discussion.
It also provides 2 real cases of drunk driving alone.
In case 1, Mr. Li was refused to take a drunk taxi by the driver alone. Then he fell asleep on the street because of fragments. When he woke up, he found that his mobile phone and wallet were missing. Mr. Li believed that these economic losses were caused by the drivers refusal to load. He complained to the platform and asked the driver to compensate for the corresponding economic losses.
Master Wang in case 2 received a drunken passenger on his own. The passengers fell asleep when they got on the train. After arriving at the destination, Master Wang could not wake the passengers. Twenty minutes later, the passengers woke up and complained to the platform about Master Wangs not ending billing in time and his unwillingness to pay the fare. Since then, because of too much alcohol in the car, Master Wang has been complained by the next passenger that the environment inside the car is poor. Master Wang said, too bad. Can a drunk passenger take a taxi?
Observer network noted that 94 netizens had left comments on the topic vote.
Some netizens think of the incident that the bus crashed into the river. @Jenny raises 3 questions:
1. how to define and identify drunk passengers?
2. drunk passengers are not allowed to travel alone. Are passengers deprived of their right to travel on the platform?
3. does the driver refuse to take part in the conflict? Just like the recent bus incident, the bus company asked the driver to stop when he passed the bus stop, and the unreasonable passengers refused to accept it, which caused such a problem.
Some netizens also use the airplane analogy, @sweet0122? To say that according to aviation regulations, passengers who are not conscious after drinking can not take the airplane. This is not only a consideration of the passengers physical condition, but also a consideration of aircraft safety. In the same way, drunk passengers are not only in an unstable situation, but also in the event of robbing the drivers steering wheel, there will be a very large safety risk.
Another drip user mentioned that drunk passengers vomited in the car, causing drivers to be unable to take orders that night, even after cleaning up the sour odor still retained for two or three days. Netizens @ provide another way of thinking: Drop drop can be more than one service: one-click drunk taxi, destination for home automatically, fare is twice as expensive as ordinary passengers, the price of compensation for the impact of the environment inside the car.
Since September, drops have been soliciting opinions from the community extensively. The Public Assessment Council is the fourth social co-construction measure recently launched after online opinions solicitation, off-line opinions investigation and preparation for the establishment of an Advisory Committee on safety supervision. At present, the topic is still widely consulted, dripping said that the follow-up public council will invite the public to participate in discussions on controversial topics such as whether pets can be carried, whether drivers can return lost goods, whether passengers should pay thank-you fees or round-trip fares, and so on. Source: observer Web Editor: Ji Ke _b6492
At present, the topic is still widely consulted, dripping said that the follow-up public council will invite the public to participate in discussions on controversial topics such as whether pets can be carried, whether drivers can return lost goods, whether passengers should pay thank-you fees or round-trip fares, and so on.