Taxi Drivers Demand Rent Deduction | CCP Virus | COVID-19 | Coronavirus | Epoch News
Auto rental companies are continuing to charge fees to drivers despite the dangers posed by the pandemic. Many drivers decided to break their leases.
In Nanning City, Guangxi Province, taxi drivers lined up in front of the auto rental company. Police officers were also present. There were so many taxis that you couldn’t even see where the line ends.
A man said:
“There are too many taxis. Drivers just want to return the cars. But the company owner would not come out. Look at the many taxis. Can you see where it ends? The parking lot is full. Police are also here.”
Take a look how long the car line is and you can’t see where it ends.
The company would’t let the cars enter the lot.
Police are also here.
The parking lot is full.
We just want to return the cars.
The company owner would not come out.
The following video was shot In Jinan City, Shandong Province.
Many taxis parked outside the auto rental company. It was said that these drivers were hoping to negotiate their monthly fees.
During the pandemic, Chinese taxi drivers suffer from lack of passengers and persisting monthly charges from auto rental companies. Videos on social media show taxi driver protests taking place in China.
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