Can a taxi driver refuse to take a passenger?

21.5.12

YES. A taxi driver may reasonably refuse:

– To undertake journeys of more than 30km;

– To allow passengers to consume food or drink in the vehicle;

– To carry, or continue to carry, passengers who are acting in a disorderly, abusive or offensive manner;

– To carry, or continue to carry, passengers who are likely to soil or damage the vehicle.