Safety Policy

  1. Emergencies. In case of an emergency, always first find a safe place to stop your vehicle and call 911. As soon as all involved parties are safe notify See Jane Go of the incident. Emergency situations include but are not limited to:
    • Accidents both minor and major;
    • Passenger illegal, fraudulent or dangerous behavior;
    • Advancement of an unwanted individual; and:
    • Any situation in which you as a driver feel at risk.
  2. Maximum Number of Passengers. Under the California Public Utilities Commission rules, a maximum of seven (7) passengers per ride are allowed (including a Host) and only if the eligible vehicle legally accommodates up to seven (7) passengers with seatbelts. A Host may not accept more passengers than there are functional seat belts and must ensure passengers comply with all laws concerning their use.
  3. Hands-Free Mobile Devices. All Hosts must have a reliable working mobile device with hand- free speaker capabilities.  Hosts are responsible for complying with all local, state and federal laws regarding the use of hand-free devices while driving.
  4. Compliance with Driving Laws. Hosts are expected to adhere to all local, state and federal laws and regulations concerning the operation of motor vehicles. In the event of a moving violation or correctable citation, a Host is financially responsible for the violation. Depending on the seriousness of the violation, it could result in the disqualification, suspension or removal of the Host.
  5. Use of Seat Belts. Hosts are expected to abide by state seatbelt laws.  Even if your state does not require the use of seatbelts, Hosts are encouraged to always wear a seatbelt.