- 1 Can a 10 year old go on the bus alone?
- 2 What age can a child get off the bus alone in Ontario?
- 3 Does a 10 year old need an Oyster card?
- 4 Can a 12 year old get a taxi?
- 5 Can a 10 year old walk home from school?
- 6 Can a 9 year old walk home from school?
- 7 Can I leave my 12 year old at home?
- 8 Does a 12 year old need an Oyster card?
- 9 Can a family share an Oyster card?
- 10 How far should a child travel to school?
- 11 How old can your taxi be?
- 12 How old can a car be to become a taxi?
- 13 Is there an age limit to be a taxi driver?
Can a 10 year old go on the bus alone?
Children aged five to 10 They can travel unaccompanied and without a photocard on trams and buses. Find out more about 5-10 Zip Oyster photocard on the Transport for London website.
What age can a child get off the bus alone in Ontario?
There are three provinces that have laws on the age when a child can be left unattended. Manitoba: 12 years old. New Brunswick: 12 years old. Ontario: 16 years old (this is again a very gray area, and it’s more about restrictions when being left alone).
Does a 10 year old need an Oyster card?
Children aged 5-10 get free travel on all our transport services with a Zip Oyster photocard.
Can a 12 year old get a taxi?
Though there is no specific age limit for a child to ride alone in a taxi, there are some limitations you need to be aware of. For example, it is illegal, for a child under 135cm or 12 years old to travel without the appropriate booster or car seat.
Can a 10 year old walk home from school?
There is no legal age when your child can start going to school by themselves, though some schools advise that pupils under eight shouldn’t walk home alone.
Can a 9 year old walk home from school?
Legal Age to Walk to School Alone Technically, the law doesn’t state a minimum age limit for children walking to school alone. Appropriate distance is outlined to be 2 miles for children up to 8 years old and 3 miles for 8 and above. Ultimately, only a parent knows if their child is ready to walk to school alone.
Can I leave my 12 year old at home?
It is important to consider the child’s maturity. It might be acceptable to leave a mature 12 year old alone, but not a 13 year old or older who isn’t mature and may put themselves or others at risk of harm. A child should never be left at home alone if they do not feel comfortable with this, regardless of their age.
Does a 12 year old need an Oyster card?
Children aged 11-15 can get free and discounted travel on all our transport services with a Zip Oyster photocard.
Can more than one person share a Visitor Oyster card when travelling together? No, adults cannot travel together on a single Visitor Oyster card.
How far should a child travel to school?
Best practice suggests that a child of primary school age should not travel for longer than 45 minutes and a child of secondary school age should not travel for more than 75 minutes. Local authorities should also consider the walking distance to access public transport.
How old can your taxi be?
Under the rules, taxis are supposed to be less than 10 years old, bar those covered by a transition arrangement permitted to stay in service until they are 15 years old.
How old can a car be to become a taxi?
Vehicle licence criteria Vehicles already licensed by us must be less than 14 years old at time of licensing. The vehicle must meet the design standards set out in our conditions of fitness document. Please read “Taxi – conditions of fitness”, which can be found on our Legislation and policy page.
Is there an age limit to be a taxi driver?
You must be at least 18 years old at the time of applying (although you cannot be licensed until you are 21 years old). There is no upper age limit, as long as you meet the other licensing requirements. You must hold a full DVLA, Northern Ireland, or other European Economic Area state driving licence.