When I drove a cab some years ago I remember being told that in case of an accident cab drivers were held to a higher liability standard as "professional drivers" than an ordinary driver. The example given was that we were expected to notice on coming to an intersection that a car coming the other way was travelling to fast to stop, and that even if we had the right of way the company would be liable in a crash. I wonder if the companies insuring these drivers are aware of their increased liability.
Judging from his performances against Onorato and Peduto, Wagner seems to think being dull is the way to be "moderate".
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