WASHINGTON, D.C. (WUSA) - In the wake of a WUSA9 investigation that found six out of 40 cabs tested refusing to take a black man to Southeast D.C., we've created five important rules that could help get you home.
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1) D.C. cabs may not inquire your destination prior to allowing you inside their cabs. If they've stopped, you're entitled to your ride.
2) You have the right to be taken anywhere in the Metro Washington area, including Dulles Airport, Prince Georges, Montgomery, Fairfax, and Arlington Counties, along with the cities of Alexandria and Falls Church.
3) You are entitled to see the driver's "face card." You'll want that to report violations. It is required to be located on the right visor of the front seat (each cab should also have the company name and cab number printed on the door).
4) You're entitled to see the cab's rate card, and a paper copy of the meter's receipt.
5) Your can enforce your rights by contacting the DC Taxicab Commission via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 202-645-6018