A private carrier is a person who, in the course of business or occasionally, undertakes the carriage of passengers or of other people's goods, but who does not hold himself out as exercising the public employment of a common carrier. A carrier who, while inviting all and sundry to employ him, reserves to himself the right to accept or reject their offers of goods for carriage, irrespective of whether his vehicles are full or empty, and who is guided in his decision by the attractiveness or otherwise of the particular offer and not by his ability or inability to
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