Road Traffic Act, 1933

Duty of passengers to pay fare, etc.

124.—(1) It shall be the duty of every passenger in an omnibus on the request of the conductor or (where there is no conductor) the driver of such omnibus or of any inspector or other person authorised in that behalf by the licensee of such omnibus—

(a) to inform such conductor, driver, inspector, or other person of the journey which such passenger has taken or intends to take in such omnibus and the place at which he got into such omnibus;

(b) to pay the fare for the whole journey taken or intended to be taken by such passenger in such omnibus and to accept the appropriate ticket therefor;

(c) to produce to such conductor, driver, inspector, or other person the ticket given to such passenger in respect of such fare.

(2) Every person who fails or refuses to do any act which it is his duty under this section to do shall be guilty of an offence under this section and shall be liable on summary conviction thereof to a fine not exceeding two pounds.