Last Saturday, a relation caught a DiDi vehicle home after a night on the town. She always catches DiDi as they arrive quickly and don't price surge - or so she thought. Not anymore! She waited 12 minutes for the vehicle, and the $34 trip cost her $72! So for all the CPVs on the road, you are better off catching a TAXI on a Saturday night!
ALSO, this DiDi vehicle DID NOT have QR codes displayed within the vehicle!
The Victorian Regulator (CPVV) says that all active vehicles have registered for their individual QR Code - but what's the use of registering if they are not displayed? Perhaps all rideshare and taxi drivers should have to take a photo of their displayed QR codes and send them to the Owner/Operator as proof they are following the rules!