Executive Order On Taxi Services, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om taxikørsel m.v.

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Commercial and non-commercial carriage of Chapter 2 application for authorization for commercial passenger transport Chapter 3 Issuance of permit for taxi services, limousine services and ambulance transport Chapter 4 Ordering offices (Taxi centres) Chapter 5 campsites, etc.

Chapter 6 payments for taxi services Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Approval of the master courses Chapter 9 Payment for the issuance of permits, etc.

Chapter 10 penal provisions Chapter 11 entry into force and transitional provisions Annex 1



Annex 2



Annex 3 The full text of the ordonnance on taxi services, etc.

Pursuant to § 3, paragraph 2, article 12, paragraph 1, and section 16, paragraph 2, of the law on taxi services, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1039 of 8. October 2009, as amended by Act No. 633 of 14. June 2011, fixed: Chapter 1-commercial and non-commercial carriage § 1. By commercial passenger transport (taxi, limousine services, ambulance transport and public service traffic) shall mean driving in a Danish registered motor vehicle designed to carry a maximum of 9 people driver on Board 1) with persons without a closer connection to the person, undertaking or association that carries out or causes to be batch job to perform, see. However, paragraph 5, 2) performed for remuneration, as compensation for the direct costs of batch job, the URf.eks. cost of gasoline or oil, cannot be regarded as consideration, or 3) which represents the person, company or association the primary purpose.

(2). By limousine services are driving as referred to in paragraph 1, are executed as representation services, wedding services and similar driving in vehicles with special gadgets, equipment and the like.

(3). By ambulance transport means transport of passengers referred to healthcare treatment and persons who due to illness or disability is unable or only with difficulty can make use of the ordinary means of transport, including taxi, as well as urgent transport of blood and organ donors in connection with disease and accident cases. Ambulance services are not covered by this notice.

(4). By public service traffic shall mean driving in connection with a contract with a transport company on the ordinary regular services.

(5). Samkørselsarrangementer and drive by the use of vehicles associated with car-sharing schemes shall not be considered as commercial passenger transport, see. (1) where there are only granted compensation for the direct costs of batch job.

Chapter 2 application for authorization for commercial carriage § 2. Application for permission to taxi services, limousine services and ambulance transport are submitted to the Municipal Council or to one of those listed in section 2 (a) referred to authorities. Application must be made by means of a special table. Application for approval as a responsible leader in a company or another legal person carrying out ambulance transport, must also be done by means of a special table.

(2). Permission for medical transport and approval by the responsible manager of a company or other legal person who performs medical transport, issued by the Municipal Council in the municipality, where the Head Office of the sygetransport company is located.

(3). Applicants who have resided abroad for one or more periods of time prior to the application, even to the extent that the Municipal Council cannot provide sufficient information from Danish authorities, provide documented information about vandel from former countries.

§ 3. Application for permit for public service traffic shall be submitted to the Traffic Agency. Application must be made by means of a special form, which can be found on the Traffic Administration website.

The demand for economy



§ 4. The applicant shall when applying for an authorisation demonstrate to have own cash or other values totalling at least 50000 DKK when applying for additional permits be increased amount of 25000 KR. for every extra permission.

(2). There may instead lodge a security with a closer by the authorizing authority laid down the amount and content of an insurance company or financial institution. Safety must be correspond to the requirements laid down in paragraph 1 to equity.

(3). Application may be refused if the applicant has substantial overdue debts to the public. This refers to debts amounting to DKK 50000 and above.

(4). The issuing authority may require the presentation of information from the public authorities for use in the assessment of the applicant's economic circumstances.

The requirement for professional qualifications



§ 5. An applicant is considered academically qualified if he or she 1) within the last 10 years has implemented one of the Traffic Agency approved course and by a road agency prepared the written test has proven skills in the subjects listed in annex 1 to this notice, 2) are authorized for taxi or limousine services or to ambulance transport, or 3) is approved as a responsible leader of and employed as such by a limited liability company carrying out ambulance transport.

(2). In paragraph 1, no. 1, said course must be completed not later than 8 months after the Municipal Board's notification to the applicant that the licence for taxi services is issued.

(3). An applicant may be exempted from the Councillor in (1). 1, said course, if it is established that the person over the past 5 years have had a full-time position with broad capabilities in the industry for the carriage. At the same time, it is a condition that the applicant is comprised in paragraph 1, no. referred to the test.

Repute, etc.



§ 6. The application shall be accompanied by health insurance card or other form of documentation for registration in the social security system. The authorizing authority shall obtain criminal record for public use and, where appropriate, transcript from the central criminal register for use in assessing the applicant's repute.

(2). The applicant must provide any information that is requested by the authorizing authority for the purposes of assessing whether the applicant will be able to drive the business on sound manner and in accordance with fair practice in the industry.

Companies, etc.



§ 7. In the event of termination, the authorized practitioner in an sygetransport company, cancelled a permit according to § 4, unless the company within 3 months after the resignation of the Manager of the Municipal Council has proven that the company employed a new responsible manager who meet the established requirements.

(2). The Municipal Council may in exceptional circumstances, extend the time limit referred to in paragraph 1.

Application for additional permits and renewal of permits



§ 8. When applying for additional permits from companies that have permission for commercial passenger transport, see § 4 and § 6, paragraph 1, apply mutatis mutandis.

(2). When applying for renewal of permits, which is done by use of a special table, see. section 2, paragraph 1, and section 3, sections 4 and 6 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Departure from the residence requirement



§ 9. The residence requirement in § 3 (1) (8). 1, and in section 4, paragraph 2, of the basic regulation. § 3 (1) (8). 1, as well as in clause 4 (a) (1) and (3) of the basic regulation. § 3 (1) (8). 1, shall not apply to persons covered by European Community rules on the establishment and on the freedom of movement for workers or equivalent rules in the Agreement on the European economic area.

Chapter 3 the granting of permission to taxi services, limousine services and ambulance transport § 10. Permission to taxi services issued by prior public notice stating that a permit is available. The notice must be sent to the local job centre. Of the order shall be made under the conditions of the permission pursuant to section 13, paragraph 1, of the Act, are described. The notice shall contain the invitation to interested about within a time limit to submit an application on a special table, see. section 2, paragraph 1.

§ 11. Permission to taxi services shall be issued to the Municipal Board's discretion after the best qualified candidate. In the exercise of its discretion to Municipal Council, among other things. put the emphasis on the experience, the individual applicant has acquired through previous activities as a driver or trucking companies within the commercial carriage of passengers.

(2). Applications from people with disabilities shall be treated on the basis of the Ordinance on compensation to disabled people in the profession, etc.

(3). Permission for limousine services, see. section 1, paragraph 2, shall be made on the basis of Municipal Board's assessment of the need for the applied drive within the municipality.

(4). Permission to taxi services, limousine services and ambulance transport shall be issued for a maximum period of 10 years at a time. The setting of a period of validity of less than ten years must be based on objective criteria and include all new permissions than those of the relevant municipal Council.

(5). Permission to taxi driving and for limousine services is subject to the condition that the holder within a period of 3 months from the date of issue may present to the Municipal Council registration certificate for the vehicle, the permit shall include, subject to paragraph 2. paragraph 6, as well as evidence that the holder is connected to a booking office, unless there is no obligation to be connected to such an Office, see. section 10 of the Act. Fulfilled the conditions is not filed in due time, lapse the authorization, and the Municipal Council shall inform the holder, as well as customs and tax administration accordingly.
(6). Permit may be issued to an applicant who is the holder of a permit for taxi or limousine services in another municipality.

(7). Permission to taxi and limousine services to be issued to the registered user of the motor vehicle.

§ 12. By any permission issue is assigned the taxi, the authorization relates, an authorisation number, see. notice of special requirements for taxis etc Authorisation number is applied to the authorization.

(2). When replacing the vehicle must be presented by the permit review of the vehicle for registration. The registration certificate shall also with the licence holder as registered owner or user production of municipal board within 14 days after receipt of the certificate.

§ 13. The Municipal Council may approve, to greater driving events in connection with State visits, major international conferences and similar events of limited temporal extent is performed without permission for taxi or limousine service, if the drive cannot be covered by vehicles subject to the already issued permits for taxi or limousine services.

Deposit of permits for taxi or limousine services



§ 14. The Municipal Council may draw up rules for the storage of permissions for those cases where a holder of a permit for any length of time is unable to exploit its permission. Decides a Municipal Council to develop landfill rules, it must be specified what conditions that may trigger the deposit, including the length of the period for the deposit can be made, together with an indication of the possibility of extension of the escrow period.

Cessation of taxi services, limousine services and ambulance transport



§ 15. Terminates the licence holder to operate taxis, limousine services and ambulance transport, the person's permission, permission license plate and other characteristics that are provided with the relevant regulation. notice of special requirements for taxis, etc., shall be immediately delivered to the Municipal Council, who shall inform the Customs and tax administration about termination. In addition, the vehicle's license plates shall be returned to the tax authorities ' registration plate expedition.

Issuance of permit for public service traffic



§ 16. It is a condition for the granting and maintenance of authorisation for public service traffic, the applicant is authorized to taxi services. There may be issued one authorization for public service traffic for each permission to taxi services.

(2). Permission for public service traffic shall be issued with the same validity period as permission to taxi services.

(3). If the licence holder shall deposit the permission to taxi driving, which has formed the basis for the granting of permission for public service traffic shall permission for public service traffic shall immediately be submitted to the Traffic Agency for disposal for a period equal to the deposit of permission for taxi services.

(4). Permission for public service traffic shall be immediately delivered to the Traffic Agency, if the licence holder has ceased to operate taxi services on the basis of the authorization granted for taxi services, which has formed the basis for the granting of permission for public service traffic.

Chapter 4 Ordering offices (Taxi centres) § 17. In municipalities where there are created one or more booking offices, see. Article 10, paragraph 1, are holders of permits for taxi services, except in section 10, paragraph 2, referred to, eligible for joining an order Office against that tilsvare a proportional share of the establishment and operation of Office related expenses. It is not allowed to be connected more booking offices in the same municipality. By transition to the second ordering office must consent holder within 14 days to inform the Municipal Council to that effect as well as deliver documentation for inclusion in the new booking office.

§ 18. The establishment and maintenance of a booking office requires the approval of the Municipal Council. There shall be attached to each authorised the ordering office the number of vehicles, the Municipal Council determines, subject to a minimum of 10.

(2). In municipalities where the number of authorisations for taxi services is set at 20 or more, and where there are only created one booking office, may 10 consent holders or more require Municipal Board's approval of the establishment of one additional booking office, provided that the conditions are fulfilled.

(3). Approval shall be issued for a maximum period of 10 years at a time. The setting of a period of validity of less than ten years must be based on objective criteria and include all new booking offices of the municipality.

(4). Approval is conditional on the ordering Office has hired one of the Municipal Council approved responsible leader, who meets the conditions of § 3 (1) (8). 1 – 4, 6 and 7 of the Act, see. However, this order section 9. The approval of the operator shall be notified for a period up to a maximum equivalent to the period of validity of the acceptance of the booking office.

(5). Moreover, the authorisation subject to the condition that the ordering Office 1) has telephone and radio system with 24-hour operation with a relative to the number of connected vehicle sufficient capacity, 2) ensures that there is a radio connection between the Office and all connected vehicles, 3) set up a watch system, as the local authority may impose on the attached consent holders to follow, since guard scheme of the ordering office must be organised in such a way as to ordering at the drive as soon as possible can be complied with at any time of the day , 4) exploiting approval through the reception and execution of phone orders in one in relation to the number of connected vehicles to an appropriate extent, 5) on the request of the Board of Directors shall submit the Agency's municipal accounting and budget to the Municipal Board's approval, as well as documenting the extent of the Office's activities by submitting order forms and reports 24 hours a day for the past month, 6) in the case where a holder does not comply with the terms of authorisation attached connection to and use of the booking office , gives notice to the Municipal Council, as well as 7) submit an annual inventory of attached consent holders.

(6). Conditions of licence holder connection for ordering office must be found in a statute drawn up in accordance with the standard regulations contained in annex 3. The staff regulations shall be approved by the Municipal Council.

§ 19. If the number of vehicles associated with a booking office in a municipality, where there are several booking offices, coming less than 10, or less than the minimum number of town councillor, lapse the approval, since the ordering office, however, has a time limit of 6 months for running the company. This period may not be extended.

(2). A permit issued pursuant to section 18, paragraph 1, may be revoked or denied renewal by the Municipal Council, if one or more conditions provided for in section 18 (4) and (5) are not complied with, the Office did not order without undue delay and has taken steps to bring these facts in order, or if the conditions for approval laid down in accordance with the provisions of the Act or regulations established pursuant to the law grossly or repeatedly has been violated.

(3). If authentication is not exploited in a municipal Board's discretion after reasonable regulation. Article 18, paragraph 5, no. 4, can the local authority rather than to withdraw the authorisation initially shut for the approach of the new authorisation holders to the Office.

(4). A approval of a responsible manager, see. section 18, paragraph 4, may be revoked or denied renewal by the Municipal Council, if the person concerned no longer satisfies the obligations of section 3 (1) (8). 4, 6 and 7, or if the person grossly or repeatedly violated the provisions of the law, this Ordinance or other regulations issued pursuant to the law. The approval will lapse if the holder ceases to fulfil the conditions laid down in article 3, paragraph 1, no. 1-3.

§ 20. Ordering offices within the same municipality can be operated jointly with the Municipal Board of Directors ' approval. Ordering offices that are set up in two or more municipalities may also be operated jointly, provided that municipal councils in the affected communes accept this.

(2). Where special geographical considerations justify it, the Traffic Agency permit consent holders for two or more adjoining municipalities in accordance with § 10 are required to be connected to a booking office, create or join one of the municipalities in question common booking office. However, it is a precondition that the municipal councils in the municipalities in question agree on the setting of 1) the total number of permits to taxi services in municipalities and the distribution of those on the individual municipalities and 2) the tariffs referred to in section 28.

(3). Decision on the approval of one of paragraph 2. subject to the ordering section 21. Authorisation holders in accordance with § 10 does not have a duty to be joined to a booking office, town councillor can be imposed a duty to participate in one of the Municipal Council approved common phone-call system to be organised in such a way that the ordering of the drive as soon as possible can be complied with at any time of day.

Disciplinærbod and arbitration



§ 22. An authorisation holder may bring a decision about disciplinærbod imposed pursuant to § 11 for one of the parties set up Court of arbitration, see. law on arbitration.
(2). The cost of the Arbitration Court's treatment of a case of disciplinærbod, including the fees to the members of the Court of arbitration shall be borne by the ordering office, if the licence holder are successful. In other cases, the arbitral tribunal shall take a decision on the holding of the costs.

(3). The detailed rules on disciplinærbod and arbitration must appear in the ordering Office's Statute and be drawn up in accordance with point C of the annex 3 contained the standard regulations.

Exclusion from the booking office



§ 23. The management of the ordering office may exclude a consent holder who grossly or repeatedly violated the Statute for ordering office.

(2). A decision on exclusion can be referred to the Municipal Council.

(3). If the local authority finds whatsoever entitled, the licence holder shall apply for the inclusion in a second booking office. This Office can refuse consent holder recording if this has previously been connected to and have been excluded from that Office.

(4). The Municipal Council must, where it is not possible for the licence holder to join another booking office, consider whether there is a basis for revocation of the permit.

(5). If the local authority decides that there is no basis for revocation of an authorisation, the holder of this eligible to remain connected to the last connected booking office. The same applies if a revocation of a consent by dom are illegal.

Chapter 5 campsites, etc.

§ 24. In municipalities with 20000 or more inhabitants, or where there are created on-demand Office, the Municipal Council set up campsites for taxis. The number of campsites was established by the Municipal Council, taking into account the local needs. In other municipalities can establish keep Municipal Council seats of taxis.

(2). The lay-by referred to in paragraph 1 shall only be used by vehicles used for taxi services in accordance with a permit issued by the Municipal Council in the municipality in question, see. However, section 25. If the municipality is created one or more booking offices, it is also a condition in order to make use of the stand, the vehicle is connected to a booking office in the municipality.

(3). If a hold space is created for the purpose of operating a remote terminal, the Traffic Agency exempt traffic from it in paragraph 2 2. item, requirements.

§ 25. Several communities may agree that each hold seats in these municipalities can be used by taxis, which are entitled to use the lay-by in one of the municipalities. The taxi rank is created for the purpose of operating a long-distance terminal, and can not be reached among municipalities, take public transport decision.

(2). Taxis running in accordance with a permit issued by one of the Act's section 2 (a) referred to in the authorities, may use campsites anywhere within its territory.

(3). Is there within the meaning of section 20, paragraph 2, created the common Booking Office for several neighbouring municipalities, taxis, which are connected to this Office, use the lay-by referred to here in any of the municipalities.

section 26. It is forbidden to stop outside campsites to search hire, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). In places where it is deemed necessary, can the police as a temporary measure to regulate the traffic in such a way that the space is reserved for the exit of taxis.

§ 27. The Municipal Council may after negotiations with the police and interbranch organisations set out detailed rules on to-and exit at the individual campsites.

Chapter 6 payments for taxi services § 28. Maximum tariffs, including any charges for hourly rates, as well as any special supplements to tariffs, established by the Municipal Council.

section 29. This batch job must be executed with the taximeter on, see. However, section 30. For driving and waiting in connection therewith shall not be charged higher payment than the taximeter shows with any supplement approved by the Municipal Council.

(2). The taximeter must only be turned on, as long as the coach is hired. Ordered a cart to meet at a specific place, must not be turned on before the taximeter bandwagon finds himself on the ground and to the agreed point in time. In the absence of drive (fejltur), this must be immediately notified to the booking office, where the Caravan is connected to one, and evidence of the ordering office must be retained for at least 1 month.

(3). At any rate change, while the coach is hired, must immediately be set on the new taximeter tariff, and passengers explicitly made aware of this.

(4). Charge for driving along fixed bridge and tunnel connections, including return journey may be charged separately.

section 30. Run-time events, which include a greater number of trips or a stand-alone event with a duration of at least 3 hours, by prior written agreement between the client and the booking office, the licence holder is connected, is performed without the use of taxi meters. If the licence holder is not connected to a booking office, customer may conclude an agreement to that effect with the licence holder.

section 31. Payment for anything other than driving and waiting time, see. section 28 shall be charged for the carriage of baggage, which can not be placed in the back of the vehicle, including the trunk, as well as for special assistance, for example in connection with up-and nedbæring of luggage. There must not be charged special supplement for the use of the lift to, for example, wheelchairs. There must be no tipping required. This provision also applies to driving to destination outside the municipality.

(2). The Appendix referred to in paragraph 1 shall not exceed the maximum laid down for it by the Municipal Council, see. section 28. The licence holder is connected to a booking office, the Appendix appear in the staff regulations of the Office.

Chapter 7 the driver section 32. An applicant can be approved to drive taxi, limousine and sygetransport vehicle, if they meet the requirements of section 4 (a), paragraph 1, the said requirements as well as 1) within the last 10 years has implemented one of the Traffic Agency approved course and by a road agency prepared the written test has proven skills in the subjects listed in annex 2 to this order and 2) documenting satisfactory knowledge of local geography, and 3) master the Danish language for the purpose of operating the commercial carriage of related tasks, or 4) already is approved to fly, taxi, limousine and sygetransport vehicle and meet the requirements of point 2) and 3) specified requirements.

(2). The application must be attached to the copy of the applicant's social security card or other form of documentation for registration in the social security system, as well as evidence of the passing of the information referred to in paragraph 1, no. referred to the test. The application shall also be accompanied by one of the applicant concerned issued criminal record for use in assessing the applicant's repute.

(3). Holders of driver card to taxi and limousine services, which have been granted before 1 January 2000. January 1998, are considered academically qualified.

(4). The Municipal Council may derogate wholly or partly from it in (1). 1 requirements referred to in the application for approval as sygetransport leads, if the applicant has completed a course in the carriage of passengers with reduced mobility or education equivalent to the ambulance grunduddannelsen basic regulation. Executive order on ambulance services.

(5). The Municipal Council can, where the periods are not possible to fulfill the requirement for drivers who meet it in (1). 1, said requirements, issue temporary driver cards with a validity period not exceeding 3 months. However, this does not apply if the driver shortage is justified by academic conflict.

section 33. Approval under section 32 shall be notified in the form of a driver card, which the driver must carry with them while driving. The card must contain information about the driver's name and bear with his photo. The driver card must be presented upon request to passengers and the police.

(2). Shall be notified to the approval under section 32, paragraph 5, should it appear from the driver card that this is time-limited, and that it can be used only to drive for truckers, who have been issued with permission of the relevant municipal Council.

§ 34. A driver of a motor vehicle from 1. March 2012 performing drive on the basis of a permit for public service traffic and which do not have a driver card, see. section 33, must meet it in section 32 (1) (8). 1 listed requirements. The course must be completed and passed after the 1. September 2001. Driver card or documentation from the course rather than that the course has been completed and passed, must be taken while driving and, on request, be presented to the police.

section 35. The driver of a taxi shall be obliged to perform the drive within the country with the number of passengers which the vehicle is certified to carry, from a quite place in the municipality, where the authorization is issued, if this can happen over land and fixed bridge and tunnel connections. Is there within the meaning of section 20, paragraph 2, created the common Booking Office for several neighbouring municipalities, the obligation to apply from anywhere in the municipalities in question.

(2). The driver of a taxi shall be obliged to include people who are blind or visually impaired persons with guide dog, unless this would be to the gene for the driver's health.

(3). The driver of a taxi that is connected to a booking office, may not without on-demand Office carry out orders on the drive where the vehicle must pick up the customer at a specific location.
(4). This batch job must be carried out without delay and without unnecessary detours to the place to which transport is required. If the passenger provides a different path, however, this path must be followed. During the trip the driver must allocate or passengers or luggage after the passenger's Guide.

Chapter 8-approval of courses § 36. The in clause 5 (1) (8). 1, and in section 32 (1) (8). 1, the said courses and providers thereof shall be approved by the public transport, provided that the courses meet the requirements of annex 1 and 2 mentioned content requirements, and provided that the courses and tests are estimated to be able to execute on the comforting way.

(2). The course mentioned in section 5, paragraph 1, shall have a duration of at least 70 hours. The course referred to in section 32, paragraph 1, shall have a duration of 45 hours. By an hour means 60 minutes including up to 15-minute break.

(3). Course providers must know the final samples apply tasks prepared by public transport. The samples are presented using an electronic test reporting system. Representatives of public transport should be given access to witness the final samples.

(4). Approval of courses and providers may be withdrawn if the course provider grossly or repeatedly violated the terms of the approval.

section 37. Training providers that are covered by section 36, to inform students about the Traffic Agency has approved course provider and its course. Course provider must make the information available to the student or to ensure that they will be notified this clear and unambiguous and in good time before conclusion of the contract about the course.

section 38. Traffic agency publishes its deadlines for dealing with approval of training providers and courses.

(2). Traffic Board may extend the period referred to in paragraph 1 once if the complexity of the case so warrants. Traffic Agency gives the applicant notice of the extension and for the duration thereof before the expiry of the deadline referred to in paragraph 1. The announcement of the extension must be justified.

§ 39. Traffic Board shall, as soon as possible, acknowledge receipt of an application for approval of a course provider and course. The receipt shall contain the following information: 1) the published deadline for the processing of that application and the possibility that the deadline can be extended once, see. section 38 (1) and (2), 2) information about the administrative means of redress for that decision.

Chapter 9 Payment for the issuance of permits, etc.

§ 40. The Municipal Council may, for the processing of applications, the issuing of permits, approvals or driver card, etc., as well as for the extradition of control documents, etc. require payment, the amount of which shall not exceed the following amounts: treatment of application.............





770 kr.







issuance of the permit or



 





approval.................................





2520 kr.







the issue of driver card................





185 kr.







endorsement by the Customs certificate................





260 kr.







the extradition of trafikbog...............





manufacturing-

price + 45 us $.







extradition of authorisation

number plate ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....





manufacturing-

price + 65 us $.





 

 









(2). Payment can be adjusted once a year per 1 January, for the first time 1. January 2012. The adjustment shall be made on the basis of the annual, percentage change in prices, calculated according to the Statistics published by the national consumer price index for november the year before (January 2000 = 100). Amounts are rounded to whole dollars.

Chapter 10 penal provisions section 41. With fine punished anyone who 1) violates article 12, paragraph 2, article 15, article 16, paragraphs 3 and 4, § 17, 2. and (3). paragraph, article 24, paragraph 2, section 26, paragraph 1, article 29, paragraphs 1 to 3, section 31, § 33, paragraph 1 1. and (3). paragraph, section 34 and section 35 or 2) fails to comply with the injunction under section 21.

(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the Penal Code 5. Chapter.

Chapter 11 entry into force and transitional provisions § 42. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. September 2011.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 220 of 31. March 2000 on taxi services, etc., with the exception of section 35, repealed with effect from 1 January. January 2012.

(3). Pursuant to section 36 revised course requirements, see. Annex 1 and 2, first effect from the 1. January 2012.

(4). Applications for permits to taxi services as well as approvals submitted before the 1. September 2011, and that are not pending on 1. September 2011 will be treated in accordance with this Ordinance.

Public transport, the 29. August 2011 Carley H/Theo Rabenberg



Annex 1 list of items to be included in the article 5, paragraph 1, the said course for obtaining permission for the commercial carriage of passengers

1. Contract law and sales law

1.1 contract law

The participant must, among other things. be able to: (a)) define when an agreement is binding, and when and how an agreement may be revoked



b) distinguish between consumer contracts and non-consumer contracts.

1.2 sales law

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could distinguish between the concepts of guarantee and warranty.

2. Taxation

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a)) the rules for the submission of tax return and accounts



(b)) the requirements for the accounting base and annual report



(c) rules for depreciation)



d) rules for deductions for operating expenses.

3. Customs, VAT and duties

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a)) the rules for procurement and registration tax for taxis



(b)) the rules for VAT in connection with commercial passenger transport



c) rules for payroll tax.

4. Insurance conditions

The participant must, among other things. be able to define: (a)) what assurances there is statutory, and what assurances there are volunteers in relation to a taxi company



(b) insurance covers what).

5. Labour law, labour relations, collective agreements, including trucking companies/driver relationship

5.1 Holiday

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could define who are the subject of the holidays (employees/self-employed)



(b)) could define optjeningsår and ferieår, the length and location thereof



(c)) know the rules for deposit and payment of holiday pay.

5.2 civil servants

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could define when a wage earner can be designated as official



(b)) know the rules for termination and dismissal.

5.3 unemployment insurance

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) know the rules for payment of 1. and 2. ledighedsdag.

5.4 sickness benefit and benefit in the event of childbirth

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) know the rules for the payment of sickness benefits and the rules for payment of a daily allowance in the event of childbirth.

5.5 labour law

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a) the circumstances of the conclusion of the agreement), including the requirement of taxi § 5 (5)



b) labour law and industrial system.

5.6 employment contract

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a)) the rules for when an employment contract must be provided



(b) the rules governing the employment contract), including what information it should contain, and sanctions in cases of non-employment contract.

6. Safety and health

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a)) the rules for the preparation of risk assessment (APV), as well as the choice of the safety representative



b) relevant provisions of the Working Environment Act, which URf.eks. rest period and day off, as well as the rules of the law on the implementation of the parts of the working time directive.

7. Business Administration

The participant must, among other things. be able to: (a)) define the fixed and variable costs



(b)), will produce price-, maintenance-and replacement cost estimates.

8. Accounting and bookkeeping

The participant must, among other things. could: a) budgeting, make a general journal and posting as well as post accounts



b) make ratio calculation.

9. Invitation to tender

9.1 Tender

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) know the requirements for when tasks must send in EU tendering procedure, including rules for the threshold values.

9.2 the contract terms

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could distinguish between the various forms of community invitations to tender.

10. Taxi legislation

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could define the law's scope, including commercial and non-commercial carriage of passengers, and the various permission forms



(b)) could define the permission modes of taxi services, limousine services, ambulance transport and public service traffic.



c) be familiar with the conditions that apply to an authorization to be issued and which requirements can be determined in a permit



d) know the rules for the approval of drivers
e) know the rules for revocation of authorization, denial of renewal and lapse of authorization and deposit



f) know the rules for payment for driving



g) know the criminal provisions.

11. Special requirements for taxi and its use

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a) the rules for the approval of the vehicle) to the permission types that are regulated by the taxi legislation



(b) the rules for the fitting-out of a taxi), including rules on taxi meter, taglygte, radio communication, permission license plate and inscriptions.

12. The establishment and operation of the booking office

The participant must, among other things. know the: (a) the rules for access to the ordering office) as well as exceptional opportunities



(b) the rules for the establishment and approval of) the ordering Office



(c) standard regulations for ordering office)



d) rules for disciplinærbod



e) rules for common operation of the ordering office.

13. Conflict prevention

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could define different types of conflicts



(b)) know about the possibilities of preventing various conflicts.

14. Customer service

Participant shall, inter alia: (a)) could define what good customer service is, including customer-friendly drive, personal appearance and behavior.



Annex 2 list of subjects to be included within the meaning of section 32 (1) (8). 1, nævnte grunduddannelse for førere







 

 







1. Labour law, labour market agreements, including cart, markedsforhold man/driver relationship









1.1.





Labour law





 



Objective: to know the General labour law rules.





 



Rules for Union representative, works councils, hiring/dismissal, pregnancy, parental leave, Union relations and gender equality in the labour market.







1.2.





Social markedsforhold





 



Objective: to know the structure and composition of the labour market.





 



The social partners and their mutual collective bargaining and contract basis.







1.3





Agreements





 



Objective: to know the General rules of the agreement.





 



What can be agreed upon in the agreement, and what a collective agreement must contain.







1.3





Haulier/driver relationship





 



Goal: to have knowledge of the duties incumbent upon the employer.





 



Employment contract, termination notice, etc.





 

 







2. Road traffic law









2.1.





Objective: to achieve general knowledge of road traffic legislation.





 



Special emphasis on topics in road traffic legislation, which can be related to working as a taxi driver.





 

 







3. Working Environment, etc.









3.1.





Working environment





 



Objective: To contribute to a safe and healthy work environment.





 



Security Organization, health work, the employer and the employee's duties in relation to occupational safety, risk assessment (APV) as well as rules for periods of rest and the day off.







3.2





Ergonomics





 



Goal: to prevent physical risks.





 



Based on the driver's protection of themselves by handling of loads. Lifting techniques, ergonomic conditions that prevail at the driver's typical tasks as URf.eks. handling of the elderly and the disabled as well as baggage handling. Knowledge of the care of the own body and psyche, nutrition, clothing, work tools and assistive devices.





 

 







4. Customer service, including customer-friendly drive









4.1.





Objective: to provide customer friendly service and drive.





 



The driver can adjust its appearance in a manner that contributes to raising the level of a service enterprise image. The driver's performance and image, as well as the importance of the company by the quality of the performance, the driver delivers. The driver's various roles and the types of people who come in contact with the driver. Maintenance of the vehicle, driving, work organisation, commercial and financial effects of a dispute.





 

 







5. Carriage of disabled persons and patient control









5.1.





Objective: to know for special needs.





 



Knowledge of the individual groups of persons, the driver may come in contact with. The driver can reconcile the physical and psychic contact with the patient from his current handicap. Knowledge of various techniques and devices to personal relocation services and their use – including wheelchair technique, stair machine, time, tools and assistive products for walking, as well as the communication with people with disabilities and patients.





 

 







6. Conflict prevention









6.1.





Goals: to prevent and phase out potential conflicts.





 



The driver can perform appropriate in conflicts and have knowledge of different conflict types as well as have knowledge of behavior that up or scaling down conflicts (communication models)





 

 







7. Taxi legislation









7.1.





Goal: to gain knowledge of the rules in force at all times contained in taxi legislation.





 



Conditions for the grant of permissions, etc., taximeters, recording equipment and seals, etc., keep the seats, the driver, the traffic book, rules for payment and special requirements for taxi.





 

 







8. First aid









8.1.





Objective: to be able to master the traffic-related first aid including heart-lung resuscitation (CPR).





 



Teaching should follow the Danish first aid Council teaching plan for "traffic-related first aid" and "Heart-Lung-rescue".





 

 







9. Individual driving lessons
9.1.





Goal: to perform energy efficient and defensive driving practices.





 



The driver can perform defensive driving (anticipate hazards and take account of the other), and can minimize the cost of vehicle maintenance and optimize fuel consumption.





 

 



 



Vehicles used for driving lessons, the individual must meet the specific requirements for the fitting out of taxis.













Annex 3 Standard statute for ordering office a. Mandatory provisions:









1.





The ordering Office's name and place of origin.







2.





Any holder of a permit for taxi services in the municipality (authorisation area) can be connected to the booking office. However, this does not apply if the licence holder in accordance with the law on taxi services, etc. are exempt from the obligation to belong to a booking office, or Municipal Council in accordance with the Ordinance on taxi services (taxi Ordinance) has closed for the receipt of new authorisation holders to the Office.





 



Admission is subject to the condition that the licence holder pays a proportion of the Office's establishment and operation expenditure.





 



Prior to joining the ordering office supply management a copy of the staff regulations to the licence holder.





 



Admission may be refused if the licence holder has previously been connected and excluded (expelled) from the Office, without prejudice. Article 23, paragraph 3, of the taxi Ordinance.







3.





If a consent holder not timely rectifies his payment obligations under the staff regulations, shall bear interest from the due date to count on backlog ___ percent.





 



If a consent holder not before ___ month (s) after the order by registered letter gets corrected backlog, management may exclude him from Office.





 



The management shall inform the Municipal Council about exclusion.







4.





The ordering Office's management must ensure that orders at the drive included for ordering office, distributed evenly among the attached consent holders.







5.





The ordering Office's management may temporarily refuse the licence holder or a chauffeur acting on its behalf, access to receive orders on the drive, which forms part of the Office (radio closure) if the licence holder or the driver on behalf of licence holders do not comply with the provisions of the staff regulations. The decision on radio shutdown can be brought before the local authority, which may decide that the radio closure must cease if it is unjustified.







6.





Management can exclude a consent holder of the Office, provided that the licence holder or a driver acting on its behalf, grossly or repeatedly violated regulations, see. section 23 of the taxi Ordinance.





 



Prior to this, the management shall decide on the exclusion of a consent holder, management needs have taken less far-reaching measures in respect of the licence holder (radio closure or, where applicable, the imposition of disciplinærbod) in case of violation of the Constitution.







7.





Leaving the Office is done at the end of the month in which the licence holder delivers his/its permissions to the municipality.





 



Authorisation holder's emergence from the ordering office shall be effected by registered mail to the Office with at least ___ month (s) prior notice to terminate at the end of the year.





 



The ordering office shall immediately inform the local authority for an authorisation holder's termination or resignation of the Office. The ordering office shall also immediately inform the Municipal Council in the event of the death of licence holder.







8.





On leaving the Office shall be the responsibility of the licence holder to remove the ordering Office's name and any other characteristics from its carriages.





 



By breach of this obligation, the Office is entitled to by immediate claim costs that require closed temporary injunction against use of the Office's name and characteristics.





 

 

 







B. in addition, there are provisions on the following conditions:









1.





Rules for payment of the licence holder's share of the Office's establishment costs, provided that this is required, including whether the time limit for payment and eventual repayment by resignation, etc.







2.





Similar rules for payment of the licence holder's share of the Office's operating expenses, including about acontodriftsbidrag.







3.





Rules of any collateral for the financial obligations, the licence holder has over of Office pursuant to paragraph 2, as well as rules on repayment thereof by resignation, etc.







4.





The Office belongs to a sole proprietorship or a company where not all connected consent holders have an impact on the Office's decisions, can consent holders that do not have this influence, bring the Office's decision on the size of the test specified in paragraph 2 shall be continuous contributions to cover the operating expenses of the Office of the Municipal Council for final administrative decision.







5.





Rules on the Agency's Board, etc.







6.





Rules on accounting and auditing, which must be carried out by chartered or certified accountant.





 

 

 







C. rules on disciplinærbod and arbitration:







 



Where in the staff regulations is desired introduced provisions on disciplinærbod and arbitration, the rules have the following form:







1.





An authorisation holder may of ordering Office's management imposed a disciplinærbod, where the licence holder





 









fails from a guard without legally decay,





 









fail to participate in or contribute to other measures, such as ordering office shall establish the terms of operation of the public, or





 




otherwise exhibit a behaviour that is detrimental to cooperation between the attached consent holders.





 



An authorisation holder may also be imposed on a disciplinærbod for conditions on the part of drivers who are employed by the licence holder, provided that the licence holder must be considered co-responsible for the respective drivers ' conditions.





 



It is a prerequisite for the imposition of disciplinærbod that the relationship is not of such a nature, that the authorities will be treated as a violation of the taxi legislation.





 



Disciplinary penance size was established, taking into account the gravity of the offence. Disciplinary boden may be established to 3520 kr.





 



The amount shall be adjusted in accordance with paragraph 40 (2).





 



Before a decision is taken on disciplinærbod, the licence holder must be made aware of the merits of the information and have the opportunity to make a statement.





 



A decision on the licence holder must be notified in writing to disciplinærbod with information about access to have the matter dealt with by arbitration or by the courts, see. point 2.





 



A disciplinærbod must be paid within 14 days after receipt of the written notification of the decision, unless the licence holder has taken writ against booking office or demanded the matter dealt with by arbitration, see. point 2. About non-payment of disciplinærbod applies the rules in section A3.





 



The Municipal Council must be informed of the imposition of disciplinærbod.







2.





The licence holder can bring a decision on disciplinærbod to apply to the courts in accordance with the General rules by excising the subpoena against booking office.





 



The licence holder can choose instead to call the matter dealt with by arbitration.





 



The arbitral tribunal shall be composed of two arbitrators, of whom each party selects one as well as one of the parties in the Association appointed umpire, there must be a lawyer. As arbitrators and the umpire cannot be chosen from persons who have a financial or personal interest in the outcome of the case.





 



On the reduction of the arbitral tribunal and the arbitration proceedings, etc. applies the rules of the law on arbitration.





 

 

 







D. There may also be provided for:









Appearance of drivers of taxis associated with ordering office during execution of taxi services.







Ordinal regulations for the sake of audience control, URf.eks. relating to customer service, the licence holder shall be obliged to use the communication radio, ban on performing ' lamp tours ' during peak periods, a driver change, etc.





 

 

 







E. provisions must not be contained in the staff regulations:









Provisions, which requires each consent holder to provide customer credit. However, it can be imposed on the licence holder to receive the order of the Office approved means of payment, where they immediately after receipt of the licence holder be required redeemed with the ordering office, so that the economic risk of the credit system and the administrative costs incurred in connection with this, the licence holder is extraneous.







Provisions, which requires the licence holder to take part in activities such as URf.eks. Joint fuel purchasing, joint repair shop, etc., that do not naturally fall within the operation of a booking office.