Many people have complaints about the drivers, their cars, the pricing but there are some stories which need to be shared. As every human is different, we can’t judge the whole community by the action of one. Here it is urgent to understand that you should complain because you paid but you should also share a story of the successful journey because it helps someone to make better decisions.
The latest post by a Facebook user Kavya Rao is getting shared and liked on the social media. The post is about the recent riding experience which she had in Mangaluru. The post appreciates the kind gesture of the cab driver who didn’t take money from her because it was his way of contribution to the society by dropping people to hospitals free of cost.
You can read the whole post here:
“Normally, I have a lot of complaints against Ola. But today, I’m here to share a wonderful story.
I booked a cab for my parents as my dad had to go to the hospital for a check up. As micro and mini weren’t available I booked a prime sedan. The driver arrived promptly and dropped my parents at the hospital. It was a cash trip and the bill was Rs 140. The driver (Sunil) absolutely refused to take money from my mom saying he doesn’t take payment for hospital trips. Both my parents tried a lot to make him accept payment but he was very adamant. He insisted that dropping people to hospitals was his way of helping the society. Mom asked him to at least take a part of the bill (petrol expenses) but he just refused and left.
My parents were stunned and when mom told me this, I was in a shock. In today’s day and age when auto drivers start conversation with “200 rupees” or “meter double” and cab drivers cancel bookings just because they don’t like the destinations, Sunil is a gem.
I’m attaching the cab details, if you could find any way to appreciate him, would be very grateful. God bless him and his kind.”
We couldn’t stop our self from sharing this story with our readers. This experience is also getting many re tweets and replies on Twitter. These types of stories make us think how we are creating a better society? Are we making any effort? Does it matter? Or is it possible to make this society a better version for all?
You can answer these questions best and we will love to hear from you. Do share these types of stories because our society needs such people and their little efforts are required to be appreciated.