BUSES AND TAXIS

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Many peo­ple rely on pub­lic trans­port such as buses and taxis to travel ev­ery day. Be sure to stay safe when us­ing these modes of trans­port by fol­low­ing these safety tips: Al­ways be on time for a bus or taxi and don’t run af­ter it if you’re late.

Wait for the taxi or bus in a neat row with other pas­sen­gers on the pave­ment. Don’t stand in the street. Wait for the bus or taxi to stop ­com­pletely be­fore get­ting in or out. Avoid get­ting into al­ready over­loaded buses and taxis. Get in one by one and sit im­me­di­ately. Make sure you know where the near­est emer­gency exit is. Keep the pas­sage in a bus clear to al­low pas­sen­gers to move freely. Put suit­cases and bags un­der seats. When it comes to seat­ing on a bus,

­al­ways give up your seat for older peo­ple, preg­nant women and dis­abled pas­sen­gers.

Keep the pas­sage in a bus clear to al­low pas­sen­gers to move freely. Put suit­cases and bags un­der seats.

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