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Chicago Taxi Tap 2013

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1.  Refusal of service twice to persons who are blind will result in the chauffer's license being revoked. 
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2.  In order to transport a passenger in the Wheelchair accessible taxi, there must be a seat belt, shoulder harness and at least two straps.   
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3.  The meter reads $38.00 for the fare listed above.The man pays with TAP Card. How much must he pay you in addition to this?
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4.  The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not cover guide dogs in public places, but the White  Cane Law does. 
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5.  If Marrins believes that all people with disabilities will take a long time to get into the taxi, he is guilty of stereotyping. 
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6.  People with disabilities have the same wants and needs as people without disabilities.   
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7.  A person with a cognitive disability may be more prone to react to your tone of voice rather than by what you say to him/her.   
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8.  Always make sure the cam buckle straps are tightened before you begin to install the overcenter buckle  straps. 
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9.  The most important thing to remember about helping people with disabilities is they will always need help.
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10.  What information must match the Special Service Identification Card & Chicago TAP Card?
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11.  What passengers may participate in the CTA-TAP program?
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12.  If a passenger begins to fall while the driver is nearby, it is the driver's responsibility to break the fall and help him/her to the ground.   
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13.  Stereotyping involves applying an oversimplified behavioral pattern to an entire group, but all people who  use wheelchairs basically have the same needs.   
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14.  If a passenger with a disability needs to sit in the front seat and you feel reasonably safe, it is important to  honor his/her request.   
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15.  When speaking with someone who has a hearing impairment, it is a good idea to speak more slowly than usual to help he/she understand better.   
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16.  Who qualifies to use TAP Card?
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17.  When dealing with someone who has difficulty speaking
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18.  If a passenger with a hearing impairment is using an interpreter, you should always speak through the interpreter so the passenger can understand better.
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19.  The TAP Card are valid for:
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20.  Viewing people with disabilities as inspirational and brave if they go out work and live independently could be a form of stereotyping. 
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21.  When escorting a passenger who is blind, politely take him/her by the arm and lead the person to the taxi.
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22.  It's acceptable to tell disabled jokes as long as no one with a disability is present to hear you. 
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23.  You may install wheels on the wheelchair for a passenger with a disability if he/she has requested assistance and will tell you what to do if necessary. 
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24.  It is possible to travel to a Chicago suburb using a TAP Card if:
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25.  How much may a single  TAP Cardr be used for cab fare?
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26.  If a TAP passenger is severely hard-of-hearing or deaf the best way to communicate with him/her would be by:
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27.  The taxi driver does not enter the passenger's home.   
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28.  If the fare reads $15.00 at the end of a trip – what should the TAP driver collect from the TAP Qualified passenger?
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29.  People with disabilities do not want pity, nor do they want to be unduly glorified for courageously coping  with everyday life. 
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30.  It is a good idea to offer a passenger with a hearing impairment a seat belt. He/she might have a balance  problem. 
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31.  Disability is universal. It does not discriminate between age, sex nationality or culture preferences. 
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32.  Which statement about Illinois White Cane Law is correct?
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33.  Assisting passengers with mental impairments is referred to as the "Trust Walk".
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34.  When the driver picks up a tap passenger who has a disability, the driver should?
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35.  Where can a driver pick up a TAP passenger?
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36.  If three TAP qualified passengers enter a TAP certified taxicab and wish to go to the same location – how many Tap Card (s) can be used for the one-way trip?
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37.  The overcenter buckle straps are installed 3-8 inches outside of the wheels to ensure no interference with the passenger's feet.   
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38.  Providing assistance to people with disabilities can be improved by practicing empathy and being  nonjudgmental.   
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39.  The White Cane Law will allow passengers with hearing dogs to enter your taxi.   
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40.  How many step (s) or curb (s) are recommended for assisting to the person in the wheelchair or disability
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41.  TAP Card may be used for payment of trips that originate and terminate in what geographical area
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42.  Transporting passengers with disabilities can be an excellent source of repeat business which can be  Increased revenue for the taxi driver.   
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