Step 1: Learn the Law
Before opening a new fare, you should check the legislation related to the transportation of children in your area. Check which safety requirements must be met, which documents must be completed and which child safety devices must be installed in the vehicle. Violation of the law may result in fines or loss of license.Step 2: Develop the rules for the tariff
Develop the rules for the operation of the “children’s” tariff, determine the price and conditions for its use. Consider factors such as:
- age of children
- number of children
- the possibility of transporting a baby stroller
You can also offer additional services.
For example: child seats and seats, toys and books for children, or even additional waiting time if customers with children can be delayed for a while.Step 3: Train drivers
Familiarize your drivers with the tariff rules and the rules for transporting children. Explain to them how to handle children during the trip, and what safety requirements must be observed. Make sure your drivers know how to install child seats and car seats.