T-11.2 - Act respecting remunerated passenger transportation by automobile

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61. Qualified drivers must reserve the trip exclusively for a single passenger, or more than one passenger when the trip request is for those passengers.
However, qualified drivers may offer to transport more than one passenger having separately requested a trip to the same destination or to several destinations along the same route, provided the trip meets either of the following conditions:
(1)  it is requested by a technological means allowing each passenger to agree in writing and in advance to share the cost of the trip; or
(2)  it is provided on a predetermined route that includes more than one stop and according to a pre-established schedule even when there are no passengers on board and without a passenger deciding on the trip.
Drivers must offer to transport more than one passenger when the transportation is offered in accordance with an agreement entered into with a municipality, an intermunicipal board or another public body exercising the jurisdiction conferred on it by law as regards shared transportation.
2019, c. 182019, c. 18, s. 61.
In force: 2020-10-10
61. Qualified drivers must reserve the trip exclusively for a single passenger, or more than one passenger when the trip request is for those passengers.
However, qualified drivers may offer to transport more than one passenger having separately requested a trip to the same destination or to several destinations along the same route, provided the trip meets either of the following conditions:
(1)  it is requested by a technological means allowing each passenger to agree in writing and in advance to share the cost of the trip; or
(2)  it is provided on a predetermined route that includes more than one stop and according to a pre-established schedule even when there are no passengers on board and without a passenger deciding on the trip.
Drivers must offer to transport more than one passenger when the transportation is offered in accordance with an agreement entered into with a municipality, an intermunicipal board or another public body exercising the jurisdiction conferred on it by law as regards shared transportation.
2019, c. 182019, c. 18, s. 61.