(1) This section imposes duties on the driver of a taxi which has been hired—
(a) by or for a disabled person who is accompanied by an assistance dog, or
(b) by another person who wishes to be accompanied by a disabled person with an assistance dog.
(2) The driver must—
(a) carry the disabled person's dog and allow it to remain with that person;
(b) not make any additional charge for doing so.
(3) The driver of a taxi commits an offence by failing to comply with a duty imposed by this section.
(4) A person guilty of an offence under this
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