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Food delivery workers named and shamed for traffic offenses [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-2-26 17:23:07 |Display all floors
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Traffic police in the Pudong New Area on Monday named and shamed the 20 food delivery workers caught with the most traffic offenses in January.

All food delivery workers operating in Pudong for ele.me, meituan.com and Dada receive a record on an app if they engage in traffic offenses — the app then makes a tally and deducts points. Their employers will punish them if a certain number of points are deducted under their names.

The food delivery worker in the top spot had a total of 13 offenses in January, and had 40 points deducted from his account. According to the rules, he will be banned from working for the three companies as a food delivery worker for life, Pudong police said.

The 20 food deliverymen on the list each had between four and 13 offenses with 20 to 40 points deducted. Eight of them work for ele.me, two for meituan.com and one for Dada, while the rest are moonlighters.

According to the rules, which were agreed on by both the police and the companies, six points are deducted for ignoring red lights, six for parking beyond the waiting line at a crossroads, six for riding e-bikes in vehicle lanes and on pedestrian sidewalks, three for riding in the wrong direction, and three for illegal parking.

Food delivery workers with 24 points deducted within three months will be forced to work as traffic safety volunteers for one hour before hitting the road again, and those with 36 points or more deducted within the same period will be banned from the trade.

According to Pudong traffic police, the most frequent offense discovered in January was riding e-bikes in the wrong direction, with a total of 1,777 such offenses recorded. The second most frequent offense was ignoring red lights, at 1,039 times.

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Post time 2019-2-27 08:19:59 |Display all floors
Luckily in our city there are no such laws, cuz after 3 months there won't be a delivery service.  If there was a APP in China to determine which city the e-bikes break the law the most, guaranteed we will be number one.  
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Post time 2019-2-27 17:00:00 |Display all floors
if you want something in life get off your backside, and do it yourself!! don't rely on others to do it for you

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Post time 2019-3-4 15:28:34 |Display all floors
Same problem in Seoul where food deliverymen break traffic rules all the time.

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Post time 2019-3-5 12:17:08 |Display all floors
Ask food deliverymen which would they prefer, 'Money or your life?'  and they would invariably pick 'money'!  That's why we see them so often risking their lives breaking traffic laws.

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Post time 2019-3-5 13:20:33 |Display all floors
There are not enough good  job opportunities for the young people in China. Or they will not do delivery work.
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Post time 2019-3-5 14:09:16 |Display all floors
zzxxll Post time: 2019-3-5 13:20
There are not enough good  job opportunities for the young people in China. Or they will not do deli ...

Why do you think in that way?
One of my relatives works on similar business who can organize more customers to post products through his company for which his salary is much higher than your imagination: 28000 Yuan for last month that didn't include the income tax he had paid to the government!
Childish pure  mindset can simplify your life which let you live in a light way! Without man-made troubles you will work in high efficiency!

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