New Research Shows Why Taxi Drivers Drive The Way They Do

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A new research study revealed that the poor working conditions of taxi drivers contribute to the number of taxi-related accidents on roads. The study was conducted by bioethicist and occupational therapist Dr Lee Randall after a taxi driver lost his arm when a private vehicle hit him in 2010. While many South Africans have already stereotyped taxi drivers for their bad driving and disregard for the rules of the road, it’s interesting to find out what other factors could possibly be linked to taxi drivers and their attitude towards driving.

Guest: Bioethicist and Occupational Therapist, Dr Lee Randall


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