Many taxi drivers in Kazan get along well with each other. Thus, 43 per cent of respondents consider other motorists to be colleagues and the other 21 per cent even call them friends.
As stated by the analysts, regardless of the taxi company or aggregator with which people cooperate, 80 per cent of drivers communicate with each other. If there is a need to help another driver, many respondents will definitely help, whether it’s a taxi driver or a person with his private car. Moreover, in Kazan, more than 65 per cent of the city’s residents rejoice at the success of their colleagues at the wheel.
Also, more than 7 per cent of people feel involved in the profession when they learn good news about employees in this field. More than 20 per cent of taxi drivers would like to help the victims of a bad situation when they get to know about one and 14 per cent of Kazan residents feel shame from such news.
It is specified that drivers themselves are rarely passengers. Thus, 45 per cent order a taxi only 1-2 times a year, if a situation requires it, about 25 per cent use the service more than 2 times a month, and about 5 per cent of respondents get into the car only as drivers.