In the light of Polish law travelling with other people in one car and sharing the costs of the journey with them is legal.
The main principle of carpooling contained in our Rules is to share the costs of travel by the driver during a scheduled trip by themselves. This means that the driver can not get a total fee of passengers in an amount greater than the actual cost of travel. In other words, the driver can not generate profit. As a result, there is no tax liability. Contact us for more detailed information related to the tax aspect of the common passages.
Using drivers with common passages in which they share with their passengers the costs of travel, does not affect the validity of the compulsory insurance of civil liability.
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