“It’s happened to me several times that taxi drivers won’t give me a lift,” the drag queen, who likes to read books to young children, is quoted as saying in “Today.” In most cases, the reference to the obligation to transport should also have no effect. This makes the fictional character angry. After complaining to taxi company 40100, Licious was invited by the company. “We wanted to talk about what went wrong and what can be done to prevent it happening again,” said Evelyn Hruza, general secretary.
The discussions were fruitful; In future, taxi drivers will have to learn to deal with colorful subjects other than the Vienna road network. The training documents are complemented by two “Diversity” pages. The new guide has been written by Candy Licious herself. “It will be about personal things, about discrimination and how you feel about it, but also about legal things. The fictional character, who is called Bernie L in real life, is quoted as saying, “Drivers should feel that they provide a service in which prejudices have no place and people are not judged by their appearance. should go.”
New learning material for existing drivers should also be included in the app by autumn. It’s still not a problem to take drag queens with you when taking the taxi driver exam. The taxi company says, “If we have our way, we’d be happy to, but it’s up to the Chamber of Commerce.”